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Volume 5, Issue 13 (9-2009)                   goljaam 2009, 5(13): 73-86 | Back to browse issues page

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Mousavi Haji S R, Piri A. A Comparative Study of Motifs of Sistan Carpet with Motifs of Buff Potteries in Shahr-e-Sookhte (Burnt City). goljaam. 2009; 5 (13) :73-86
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1- Assistant professor Department of Art Research, Sistan-va-Balouchestan University
2- MA Sistan-va-Balouchestan University
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Sistan rug is one of the most genuine native artifacts of the region which is closely linked to the spirit and substance of the people of this land, since in these years less attention has been paid to this original art and it has been less frequently studied by the relevant experts and researchers, day by day changes has been made in its design and color that has resulted in the deterioration and disappearance of the genuine regional designs and there is a concern that the figure origins, employed in them, would be forgotten by the elapse of time. So in order to preserve and restore figures of this valuable cultural and artistic heritage, it is necessary to detect the genuine figures and use them in providing new sketches having genuineness and this cannot be accomplished but by seeking to find the origin of the figure origins of the Sistan rug. In this investigation, the efforts of the authors has been exerted on that through studying the Sistan rugs, using the survey as well as library methods and their comparison with the figures on the buff pottery in the shahr-e-sookhte (burned city) we would be able to acknowledge the originality and precedence of the Sistan carpet figures and by linking the Sistan rug with its past glory, we would pave the way to provide original figures of the Sistan rugs. Undoubtedly, the buff pottery of shahr-e-sookhte, with regard to its thousands of years of records, play an important role in identifying again the original figures of Sistan, so the collection and analysis of the Sistan rug and their comparison with the buff pottery of shahr-e-sookhte which would result in giving identity to them, can be considered a big step forward in generating original and standard figures of the rug and reproduction of this immanent art would provide the missed loop in the claim of the present pictorial culture of Sistan to complete the link with its past which is a pride
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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