Volume 15, Issue 35 (9-2019)                   goljaam 2019, 15(35): 129-157 | Back to browse issues page

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Kazempour M. Study of Azerbaijan Village Carpet Tools in the Safavid Period Case Study to Ass Gravestone in Kaleybar city. goljaam 2019; 15 (35) :129-157
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tabriz Islamic Art University
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One of the important rural and nomadic occupations in Iran, from ancient times, is the hand of tissues such as Glimm, Jajim and Varni weaving, which has very little information about them due to their raw materials. Meanwhile, there are very few ancient data that can provide information about Iran's hand-woven items. The village of Ace, with its cemetery full of gravestones, is one of the most valuable findings in this area. This cemetery plays an essential role in completing researchers' information about the warp weaving history and its related equipment during the Safavid period. Now, this paper intends to study the instruments of the wool weaving in the graveyard of Ace Kalibar using descriptive-analytical studies and based on field and library studies. This research seeks to answer the following long-term: Aucanian stone fields can provide evidence of rural walnut in the Safavid period and its related equipment? According to this research, it was found that the creation of motifs related to the deceased's occupation was commonplace in the cemetery, and handicrafts such as worn-out professions related to the occupations of this village were found in stone fields, and knitting tools such as Carpet equipment, Duffin, scissors, shoulder and knife on the deceased grave.
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Received: 2018/04/22 | Accepted: 2018/10/31 | Published: 2020/08/28

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