Investigating and Prioritizing the Centrality (political) of Qajar Period Castle Settlements in Sistan Region of Iran Using the ANP Model
Investigating and Prioritizing the Centrality (political) of Qajar Period Castle Settlements in Sistan Region of Iran Using the ANP Model

Mohammad Ebrahim Zarei; SeyyedRasool MousaviHaji; Naghmeh Behboodi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , October 2019, , Pages 133-152

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.73111

Abstract
  Investigating and prioritizing the centrality (political) of the Qajar fortified settlements areas in Sistan region of Iran requires studying effective environmental factors (natural ...  Read More
Absolute (14C AMS) and Relative Chronologies of Barveh Tepe in the Upper Lesser Zab Basin and a Study of Painted Bronze Age Ceramics(Based on the Second Season Excavation)
Absolute (14C AMS) and Relative Chronologies of Barveh Tepe in the Upper Lesser Zab Basin and a Study of Painted Bronze Age Ceramics(Based on the Second Season Excavation)

Mahnaz Sharifi; Barbara Helwing

Volume 15, Issue 2 , December 2023, , Pages 133-153

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2024.360950.143217

Abstract
  Excavations in Tepe Barveh were conducted with the aim to shed further light on the period of painted Bronze Age wares and to refine the existing chronology for the Lesser Zab Basin ...  Read More
A Study on the Parthian Pithos Cemeteries in the Western Bank of the Little Zab River in Sardasht, North-West Iran.
A Study on the Parthian Pithos Cemeteries in the Western Bank of the Little Zab River in Sardasht, North-West Iran.

salah salimi; Mostafa Dehpahlavan; Hossein Davoudi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , August 2018, , Pages 135-153

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.226461.142390

Abstract
  Sardasht is a mountainous region consisting of wide valleys in northern Zagros Mountains. In the field studies carried out on the western bank of the Little Zab River, there were found ...  Read More
Sassanian Pottery of Tesmijan, Kashan: A Study of Surface Materials
Sassanian Pottery of Tesmijan, Kashan: A Study of Surface Materials

Samaneh Asgarnezhad; Mohsen Javeri

Volume 12, Issue 4 , May 2021, , Pages 143-163

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.309750.142924

Abstract
  The historical site of Tesmijan, 300 hectares in area, is located northeast of Kashan city. According to archaeological data, this site was used during the Iron Age, Parthian, Sassanid, ...  Read More
Ivan-E- Karkheh: The Spatial Structure, Form and Function with Reference to the Archeological Data
Ivan-E- Karkheh: The Spatial Structure, Form and Function with Reference to the Archeological Data

Hassan Karimian; Gholamali Baghban Koochak

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2012, , Pages 149-172

Abstract
  The information obtained from written sources, archaeological limited surface excavations and surveys as well as environmental studies in Sassanid towns have made their spatial characteristics ...  Read More
Archaeological Analysis of Shaved Stones in Harsin Region Cemeteries, Kermanshah Province
Archaeological Analysis of Shaved Stones in Harsin Region Cemeteries, Kermanshah Province

mohammad eghbal chehri; safora sabzian poor

Volume 13, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 149-173

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.293332.142811

Abstract
  According to archeological studies, there are a number of cemeteries in the county of Harsin, which on their surface there are bas reliefs and carved stones from the historical period ...  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
A Comparative Observation to Iran’s Metalwork from 16th century to 20th century
A Comparative Observation to Iran’s Metalwork from 16th century to 20th century

Abdolkarim Attarzadeh

Volume 12, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 167-192

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.269972.142644

Abstract
  At the same time as the industrial revolution and the production of factory products in the West, handicrafts gradually got out from the competition and went to the sideline. Due to ...  Read More
Studying, Identification and Position of the Beardless Person in the Ardashir Babakan's Reliefs
Studying, Identification and Position of the Beardless Person in the Ardashir Babakan's Reliefs

Hamzeh Ghobadi Zadeh; Ali Asghar Selahshur; Younes Yousef Vand

Volume 13, Issue 1 , July 2021, , Pages 167-188

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.270894.142650

Abstract
  A clean-shaven person behind the king is shown in the four Ardashir Babakan's reliefs in Firuzabad, Naghsh-e Rostam, and Naghsh-e Rajab. The various approaches have been suggested about ...  Read More
Evidences of Great Khorasan Culture  (BMAC) at the Eastern Part of Central Desert of Iran, Based on Findings from Bekanda (Archaeological Site) in Tabas
Evidences of Great Khorasan Culture (BMAC) at the Eastern Part of Central Desert of Iran, Based on Findings from Bekanda (Archaeological Site) in Tabas

bahram anani; Farshid Iravani ghadim

Volume 13, Issue 3 , September 2021, , Pages 169-191

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.302631.142875

Abstract
  Because of the hot and dry weather of central desert in Iran, archaeological fieldwork and case studies in some regions like Tabas city have been insignificant and archaeologists were ...  Read More
The Continuity and Relationship between Meaning and Example in the Tombstone of the Islamic Age of Iran (Case Study of Ram and Stone Lion)
The Continuity and Relationship between Meaning and Example in the Tombstone of the Islamic Age of Iran (Case Study of Ram and Stone Lion)

Esmaeel Maroufi Aghdam; Karim Hajizadeh; Reza Rezaloo; Behrouz Afkhami

Volume 14, Issue 3 , October 2022, , Pages 169-194

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.286487.142760

Abstract
  Tombstones in cemeteries are perhaps one of the most semantically complex human works of art. Tombstones deal with the most important and most painful event in human life, namely death ...  Read More
Eco-political interactions between Nishapour and its hinterlands during Sassanian period
Eco-political interactions between Nishapour and its hinterlands during Sassanian period

Meysam Labbaf-Khaniki

Volume 4, Issue 1 , July 2012, , Pages 175-202

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2012.35381

Abstract
  In the face of strategic and geopolitical importance of Nishapur, this city was not much taken into consideration by the archeologists of the historic period. The analysis of the new ...  Read More
Systematic survey and site formation process of Khanesar 1, A Paleolitic site in East of Mazandaran Province
Systematic survey and site formation process of Khanesar 1, A Paleolitic site in East of Mazandaran Province

hosein ramzanpour; Kamaleddin Niknami; Sajjad Alibaigi

Volume 16, Issue 1 , February 2024, , Pages 1-1

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.322540.143010

Abstract
  Study of climatic changes impact in formation process of Paleolithic site of Khaneh-sar1. Southeast of the Caspian SeaKhaneh sar 1 is a geological facies consisting of Pleistocene deposits ...  Read More
Early Accounting System during the Chalcolithic Period of Tal-e Mash Karim
Early Accounting System during the Chalcolithic Period of Tal-e Mash Karim

Mohammad Hosein Taheri; Alireza Sardari Zarchi

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 123-136

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.203598.142276

Abstract
  Investigating the accounting systems and their progressive development during the prehistoric period is a critical issue in recognition of human societies, their communication, and ...  Read More
An Archaeological Study on Accounting System in Prehistoric Human Societies of the Qazvin Plain: the Case of Tepe Zagheh
An Archaeological Study on Accounting System in Prehistoric Human Societies of the Qazvin Plain: the Case of Tepe Zagheh

Niloufar Moghimi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, , Pages 127-146

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.56684

Abstract
  The study of the circumstances surrounding the development of record-keeping for information purposes, and of what these records looked like, in prehistoric human societies has always ...  Read More
Shimashki Potteries of the Saymarreh Valley Based on the Ghale Zinal and Gharatmalghah Findings
Shimashki Potteries of the Saymarreh Valley Based on the Ghale Zinal and Gharatmalghah Findings

Khoda Karam Mazaheri; Bahram Karimi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , September 2014, , Pages 129-148

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2014.52680

Abstract
  The goal of this article is to study the Shimashki potteries in the Saymarreh valley. Archaeological surveys conducted in the Saymarreh valley shows that the painted pottery tradition ...  Read More
The Origin of Snake Motifs in the Material Culture of Southeastern Iran During Third Millennium B.C: Some Evidences for Making Relationship With Elam and Mesopotamia
The Origin of Snake Motifs in the Material Culture of Southeastern Iran During Third Millennium B.C: Some Evidences for Making Relationship With Elam and Mesopotamia
Volume 7, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 131-145

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.57752

Abstract
  The interactions between southeastern sites of Iranian plateau and western sites in Susa and Mesopotamia in the third millennium B.C is one of the most controversial aspects of the ...  Read More
A Chronological and Stylistic Re-Appraisal for Kay Kavus Catacomb of Sahneh, Kermanshah Province
A Chronological and Stylistic Re-Appraisal for Kay Kavus Catacomb of Sahneh, Kermanshah Province

Mazdak Shervin

Volume 10, Issue 2 , January 2019, , Pages 139-158

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.68535

Abstract
  The catacomb of Kay Kavus, located on the Darband highlands to the north of the modern city of Sahneh, has a southwest looking Iwan that originally included a pair of free-standing ...  Read More
Archaeological Survey of Qohestan Castles
Archaeological Survey of Qohestan Castles

Firouz Mahjour; Sattar Khaledian

Volume 4, Issue 2 , February 2013, , Pages 141-158

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2013.32124

Abstract
  Qoheston is a region in the southeastern Khorasan which includes Kashmar, Tabas, Ferdos, Birjand, Qaen, Torbate Haidarie, Khaf and Taibad cities. This region is surrounded by Sabzevar ...  Read More
Iran; Origin of So-Called Kūbācheh Pottery
Iran; Origin of So-Called Kūbācheh Pottery

Firūz Mahjūr

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, , Pages 143-160

Abstract
  The Iranian origin of some pottery was confirmed by discovery of various types known as K?b?cheh, including black, green and colorful pens found in archeological excavations of the ...  Read More
The Saki Abad Site at the Choqakhor Pond’s Basin: Evidence of a Chalcolithic Nomadic Settlement in the southern Zagros
The Saki Abad Site at the Choqakhor Pond’s Basin: Evidence of a Chalcolithic Nomadic Settlement in the southern Zagros

Ali Asghar Nouroozi; Mohsen Heydari; Khosro Ahmadi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2013, , Pages 145-164

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2013.35949

Abstract
  Sakiabad is one of the most important sites in the Choqakhor pond’s basin which show remains of nomadic settlement in the Chalcolithic period. Salvage excavation was carried out ...  Read More
The Impact of Drainage Systems in the Selection of Site locations
Case Study: Meymon Abad Sites
The Impact of Drainage Systems in the Selection of Site locations Case Study: Meymon Abad Sites

Mehran i Magsoud; Seyyed Mohammad Zaman Zadeh; Hassan Fazeli Nashli; Rouhollah Yousefi Zoshk; Samira Chazghe; Hojat Ollah Ahmadpour

Volume 5, Issue 2 , March 2014, , Pages 145-161

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2014.50403

Abstract
  Water resources throughout human history have always been an important factor in attracting human settlement. The main purpose of this paper was to investigate what is the role of Shadchay ...  Read More
History of Pars During the Arsacid Era Based on the Numismatic Evidence
History of Pars During the Arsacid Era Based on the Numismatic Evidence

Yaghoub Mohammadifar; Alireza Khounani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , March 2015, , Pages 149-165

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.54180

Abstract
  The decentralized structure of the Arsacid Empire brought both positive and negative consequences to the country. Despite all confusions, this particular political trend helped ancient ...  Read More
Spatial Analysis and Predictive Modelling Applied to the Archaeological Sites of Bastam Plain, Northeast of Iran
Spatial Analysis and Predictive Modelling Applied to the Archaeological Sites of Bastam Plain, Northeast of Iran

Sharareh Farokhnia

Volume 8, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 151-170

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2016.59500

Abstract
  To obtain the site location modeling and patterning archaeological data to extract settlement pattern, GIS spatial analysis methods have been chosen for the study of Bastam plain. By ...  Read More
Archaeological Evidence in Timing of Seymarreh Landslide
Archaeological Evidence in Timing of Seymarreh Landslide

Khoda Karam Mazaheri

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2017, , Pages 151-165

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.61774

Abstract
  Seymarreh landslide is one of the important natural disasters that happened at east south of Seymarreh valley at Darrehshahr town ship in the past. This landslide has attracted attention ...  Read More