Revisit the Kura-Araxes: The Absolute and Relative Chronology of Qaleh Tepe and Ali Yourd Tepe, Zanjan Province, Iran
Revisit the Kura-Araxes: The Absolute and Relative Chronology of Qaleh Tepe and Ali Yourd Tepe, Zanjan Province, Iran

Amir sadegh Naghshineh; Barbara Helwing; HASSAN Fazeli Nashli

Volume 15, Issue 2 , December 2023, , Pages 203-224

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2024.371269.143246

Abstract
  The communities of the Kura- Araxes cultural complex with their highly distinctive cultural and economic features represent the occupation of some parts of the Near East and Caucasia ...  Read More
Typology and Chronology of Pottery Findings in the Bagh-Bamid site of Sirjan from the Early Islamic Centuries to the Thirteenth Century AD
Typology and Chronology of Pottery Findings in the Bagh-Bamid site of Sirjan from the Early Islamic Centuries to the Thirteenth Century AD

Zeinab Afzali; Sattar Khaledian

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 1-27

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.343725.143120

Abstract
  According to written sources, the city of Beymand was one of the cities of Kerman province in the early centuries of the Islamic era. Beymand was considered to be one of the more important ...  Read More
A Study on the Reasons of Inshushinak's Absence in the Religious Texts of Persepolis Fortification
A Study on the Reasons of Inshushinak's Absence in the Religious Texts of Persepolis Fortification

sorour khorashadi; Alireza Enteshari Najafabadi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 55-87

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.344574.143135

Abstract
  In the religion of Ancient Elamites, various gods were worshiped. One of the most important gods was Inshushinak. Despite the importance of Inshushinak in the history of Elam, his name ...  Read More
Classification, Typology and Chronology of Iron Age Pottery at the Site of Meydan in Hamadan
Classification, Typology and Chronology of Iron Age Pottery at the Site of Meydan in Hamadan

Mohammad Shabani; Mohammad ebrahim Zarei; Kazem Mollazadeh

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 107-132

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2023.341348.143105

Abstract
  Considering the lack of finds dating to the Median and Achaemenid periods at Hamadan, it is very important to discover evidence from this period in this city. In 2017, during a construction ...  Read More
Esfanjerd, A Buried Ancient City in the Majumerd Dunes, Yazd Province
Esfanjerd, A Buried Ancient City in the Majumerd Dunes, Yazd Province

Mohamad Hossein Azizi Kharanaghi; Samira Abedi; Seyyed Jalal Hashemi Majomerd

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 133-160

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2023.353049.143174

Abstract
  The arid desert climate of Yazd province, with its endless flowing sand dunes, has led to the creation of special conditions for human settlements in this part of Iran. Throughout history, ...  Read More
An Archeology Study of the Identification of Ilkhanid Coins (A Case Study of Abu Zaid Ilkhani's Golden Coins Discovered from Tabriz Jame Mosque in the National Museum of Iran)
An Archeology Study of the Identification of Ilkhanid Coins (A Case Study of Abu Zaid Ilkhani's Golden Coins Discovered from Tabriz Jame Mosque in the National Museum of Iran)

Orinab Nazarean; Mohammad Mortezayi; Arman Shishegar; Reza Shabani

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 243-259

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.269224.142761

Abstract
  Coins are amongst the most recognized and protected data in archaeological research. For this very reason, they are used as a basis for detailed analytical and methodical research to ...  Read More
Archaeological Evidence of the Rise of the Dari Persian Language in Khorasan
Archaeological Evidence of the Rise of the Dari Persian Language in Khorasan

Ali Hozhabri; Ahmadali Asadi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 261-292

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.343747.143121

Abstract
  At the time of the invasion of Iran by the Arabs, the Dari Persian language flourished in the Greater Khorasan region. During the first two decades of the Arab invasion, Dari Persian, ...  Read More
The Chronological Analysis and Process of Evolution of Settlements from The Uruk Period to the End of Neo- Elamite Period, in The Deh Luran Plain (Patak)
The Chronological Analysis and Process of Evolution of Settlements from The Uruk Period to the End of Neo- Elamite Period, in The Deh Luran Plain (Patak)

shaghayegh Hourshid

Volume 15, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 293-324

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.348647.143159

Abstract
  The beginning of field research in the Deh Luran Plain dates back to the early twentieth century. During this period, researches have been mainly focused on the northwestern part of ...  Read More
Newly Found Stucco with Human Figures from Bishapour
Newly Found Stucco with Human Figures from Bishapour

Mosayeb Amiri

Volume 14, Issue 3 , October 2022, , Pages 1-20

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.336829.143077

Abstract
  Archaeological activities during the past two decades at Bishapour have revealed architectural structures, plaster-molding, seals and other objects from this valuable site. This city, ...  Read More
Preliminary Study and Introduction of Discovered Seals from the Parthian Cemetery of Westmin, Kiasar, Sari, Based on Three Seasons of Excavations in 2015-2018
Preliminary Study and Introduction of Discovered Seals from the Parthian Cemetery of Westmin, Kiasar, Sari, Based on Three Seasons of Excavations in 2015-2018

abdolmotaleb sharifi; Bahman Firouzmandi Shirah Jini; kamal aldin niknami

Volume 14, Issue 3 , October 2022, , Pages 119-140

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.343035.143152

Abstract
  In 2014, the contractor company operating the Damghan-Neka gas transmission line demolished and exposed two Parthian burial mounds in the village of Vestemin. Vestemin is located 80 ...  Read More
Tepe Chay Khoy, New Evidence from the Chalcolithic Period Northwest of Lake Urmia: Regional and Transregional Interactions with Lake Urmia, Caucasus and Eastern Anatolia
Tepe Chay Khoy, New Evidence from the Chalcolithic Period Northwest of Lake Urmia: Regional and Transregional Interactions with Lake Urmia, Caucasus and Eastern Anatolia

Afrasiab Garavand; Ardeshir Javanmardzadeh; Akbar Abedi; Fatemeh Malekpur

Volume 14, Issue 3 , October 2022, , Pages 141-167

Abstract
  Tepe "Chay" (1181 m asl) is a small site with an area of less than one hectare in and a height of 1 meter above the surrounding fertile lands, which is located 2.5 km southwest of Dizajdiz ...  Read More
Newly-dedicated Urartian inscription from Bastam by Rusa II
Newly-dedicated Urartian inscription from Bastam by Rusa II

Maryam Dara; Gholam Shirzadeh; Reza Heydari; Ali Khorablou

Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 19-36

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.337586.143079

Abstract
  The Urartians ruled over the shores of Lakes of Van, Sevan and Urmia from ca. the 9th to 7th centuries B.C. There are several stone and rock inscriptions remained in northwest of Iran. ...  Read More
The Eastern Iran Prehistoric Archaeological Project: The Second Season of Archaeological Excavation at Kale Kub, Southern Khorasan Province (2019)
The Eastern Iran Prehistoric Archaeological Project: The Second Season of Archaeological Excavation at Kale Kub, Southern Khorasan Province (2019)

Mohamad Hossein Azizi Kharanaghi; Masashi Abe

Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 133-152

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.341819.143109

Abstract
  After more than one hundred years from the beginning of archaeological studies in Iran, the eastern regions of the country have received scarce or no attention from archaeologists, ...  Read More
The North and South Central Plateau of Iran During the Third and Second Millennium BCE (3200-1500 BCE)
The North and South Central Plateau of Iran During the Third and Second Millennium BCE (3200-1500 BCE)

Hassan Fazeli nashli; Siamak Sarlak; Javad Hoseinzadeh; Sahar Yazdani; Babak Rafiei-Alavi; Stacy .A. Carolin

Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 153-180

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.348692.143160

Abstract
  The societies of the northern and southern zones of the “Iranian Central Plateau” flourished during the last quarter of fourth millennium BCE. This floruit was marked by ...  Read More
In Search of the Message of Srōš: Investigation of the Deity Srōš and his Iconography During the Sasanian Period
In Search of the Message of Srōš: Investigation of the Deity Srōš and his Iconography During the Sasanian Period

Rahele Koulabadi; Seyed Mehdi Mousavi Kouhpar; Morteza Ataie

Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 181-197

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.338945.143094

Abstract
  Srōš is a great Zoroastrian diviniy in the Avesta and Middle Persian texts. He functioned as a warrior and a fighter against evil, a high priest, and one of the judges of the ...  Read More
Qolam Tepe of Jafarabad: Recognition of the Sialk VI Satellite Site in Kashan Foothills
Qolam Tepe of Jafarabad: Recognition of the Sialk VI Satellite Site in Kashan Foothills

Reza Naseri; Malekzadeh Mehrdad

Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 199-224

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.337559.143081

Abstract
  Until recently, the culture of the late Iron Age in the central Iranian Plateau had only been identified at the southern mound of Sialk. In this study, a newly discovered site, called ...  Read More
Parthian History and Syriac Sources by Looking at the Impact of National Iranian Historical Traditions on Syriac Resources
Parthian History and Syriac Sources by Looking at the Impact of National Iranian Historical Traditions on Syriac Resources

Narges Asadpur; Kamaleddin Niknami

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 1-20

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.289750.142782

Abstract
  We are justlfied in our study of  Iran’s historical period by the invisible and clear vestiges of the mysterious Parthian empire, which has piqued the interest of a lot of ...  Read More
The Typology of Rusa II’s Seal Impressions on the Urartian Bullae of Bastam
The Typology of Rusa II’s Seal Impressions on the Urartian Bullae of Bastam

Maryam Dara

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 39-70

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.325316.143025

Abstract
  Urartiand ruled over the shores of Urmia, Van and Sevan Lakes in from about 9th to 7th centuries B.C.E. Bullae are among the smallest but most significant pieces of information they ...  Read More
Identifying the Cultural Sequence of Marivan Plain; Based on Archaeological Field Survey
Identifying the Cultural Sequence of Marivan Plain; Based on Archaeological Field Survey

Morteza Zamani Dadaneh; Sirvan Mohammadi Ghasrian; Amir Saed Mucheshi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 71-96

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.279507.142704

Abstract
  In recent years, an increasing number of archaeological investigations have produced new evidence for the prehistoric development (both in chronology and settlement patterns) in the ...  Read More
Recognition of Sassanid Takht-i-Nishin (Throne Room) in the Middle of Ardeshir Khorra City; A Proposition of a Temple of Anahita and Fire Chartaqi in the Continuation of Previous Traditions
Recognition of Sassanid Takht-i-Nishin (Throne Room) in the Middle of Ardeshir Khorra City; A Proposition of a Temple of Anahita and Fire Chartaqi in the Continuation of Previous Traditions

Hamed Mohammadpour; Elham ANDAROODI; Mohammad Hasan Talebian

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 161-187

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.282253.142722

Abstract
  In the middle of the city of Ardeshir Khoreh (the city of Gur), there is a rectangular tower, a circular structures, as well as a fort and a circular moat, which are considered to be ...  Read More
Introduction and Analysis of the Architecture of the Tomb of Sultan Ibrahim Reza in Darmian City and Reading the Relics of its Historical Writings
Introduction and Analysis of the Architecture of the Tomb of Sultan Ibrahim Reza in Darmian City and Reading the Relics of its Historical Writings

Ali asqar Mahmoodinasab; Seyyed rasool Mousavi Haji; abed taghavi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 189-213

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.280274.142706

Abstract
  The study of Islamic Period buildings in Iran proves the presence of countless religious and non-religious tombs that are scattered in most parts of this border and region. As one of ...  Read More
Notes on the Sasanian Alabaster Disc in the Cleveland Museum of Art
Notes on the Sasanian Alabaster Disc in the Cleveland Museum of Art

Parasto Masjedi Khak; Mostafa Khazaie Kouhpar

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 215-232

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.280949.142715

Abstract
  Among the Sassanid artifacts is a disc at the Cleveland Museum of Art. There is no information about person engraved on the disk, just in the Cleveland Museum's recorded information, ...  Read More
Recognition of the Great Khorasan Road in the North of Markazi Province
Recognition of the Great Khorasan Road in the North of Markazi Province

majid montazer zohouri; esmail sharahi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 233-260

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.286724.142763

Abstract
  Undoubtedly, the Great Khorasan Road, known as the Silk Road, has been one of the most important trade routes during the historical periods of Iran. In a comprehensive perspective this ...  Read More
Analysis of the Animal Motifs on the Bronze Pins Belong to The 3rdMillennium B.C in the Halil Roud Basin (Case Study)
Analysis of the Animal Motifs on the Bronze Pins Belong to The 3rdMillennium B.C in the Halil Roud Basin (Case Study)

Fahimeh Mousavi; Behzad Balmaki; Mohammad reza Saeedi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 261-282

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.286038.142758

Abstract
  The Halil roud Basin is one of the known ancient sites of the 3rd millennium BC in southeastern Iran. From this basin, following archaeological studies in 2001, more than 300 archaeological ...  Read More
Chronology and Functional Analysis of the Site Known as Qale-e Sam in the Historical Province of Masbazan (Ilam Province)
Chronology and Functional Analysis of the Site Known as Qale-e Sam in the Historical Province of Masbazan (Ilam Province)

Younes Yousefvand; Farshad Miri

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2022, , Pages 307-330

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.288249.142774

Abstract
  Qaleh Sam is located in Holeylan district in Sirvan/Shirvan County in the northeast of Ilam province. This monument is one of the worthy Iranian architecture in the central Zagros cultural ...  Read More