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rezalou R, ayramlou Y. A Comparative- Analytical Study of Pottery Patterns of Aghkand with the Textile Patterns of 4th-6th Centuries AH. mth 2016; 6 (11) :115-129
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1- , Department of Archaeology, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili , Ardabil
2- , Department of Archaeology, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili , Ardabil , yahya_ayramloo@yahoo.com
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The Aghkand potteries have high position in the classification of pottery types of the early Islamic period. Since the researchers assess the start and use of Aghkand potteries from the 4th century to the mid of the middle Ages of Islamic period, so in this paper we perused the comparison of pottery designs of Aghkand and textile designs of Buyid and Seljuk periods that lie in the interval. Whit this research in addition to being able to find the background of motifs on pottery, we found out other effects of textile designs on the pottery designs of Aghkand in the mentioned periods. Some motifs such as birds are seen on the Aghkand potteries in the same form designed on the textiles in terms of how to apply their forms and the type of bird and the position of design in the background. Since the main location of manufacturing the potteries known as Aghkand type is not properly known, such studies can help archaeologists and virtuosos in representing a solution in discovering the place of their manufacture. Therefore we can assess the manufacturing date of the most of potteries which have similar themes whit textile designs through resemblances seen between textile designs of Buyid era and pottery motifs of Aghkand.

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