Rewriting of the History and Rebuilding of Geography of Iran's Handmade Carpet in the First Centuries A.H.

Mahmoud Ashari, Ali Asghar Shirazi, Mohammad Ali Rajabi, Khashayar Ghazizadeh

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With regard to type of raw materials in use, impermanency of handmade carpet incurs the most damage on its historical studies body. The expanse of this damage is to an extent that has made almost empty from civilization works the history of carpet in the first century in the Islamic Iran. Rewriting of the history and geography of Iran's handmade carpet in the first five centuries, according to the written references, is among the aims of this research. In this research, it was found that the indirect written references would have the ability to extract the acceptable information on handmade carpet. Therefore, types of common words related to the handmade carpet were extracted from the above references. In terms of the words frequency; straw-like mat, Kilim (or rug), carpet and prayer mat, allocate respectively the most frequency to themselves. Moreover, the major production centers were distinguished in Fars, Tabarestan and Deylaman, Greater Khorasan, Khuzestan and Azerbaijan that among them, Khorasan, Fars, Tabarestan, respectively, have had the most frequency in the productions volume.


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Handmade carpet, Written references, History, Production centers, Iranian carpet.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7596/taksad.v7i1.1446

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