Archaeometrical Study of Achaemenid Glazed Bricks Found from Tall-e-Ajori Excavation in Persepolis
Archaeometrical Study of Achaemenid Glazed Bricks Found from Tall-e-Ajori Excavation in Persepolis

Soodabeh Yousefnejad; Reza Vahidzadeh; Mohammad Hasan Talebian

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2013, , Pages 165-179

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2013.35950

Abstract
  Achaemenid glazed bricks of archaeological excavation of Tall-e-Ajori in Persepolis city were studied by multiple instrumental analysis methods  such as XRF, XRD, SEM-EDS, ICP ...  Read More
A Comparative Study on the Urbanization Periods of the Mehran Plain Based on the Pottery Finds from Chogha Ahowan
A Comparative Study on the Urbanization Periods of the Mehran Plain Based on the Pottery Finds from Chogha Ahowan

Parisa Nekouei; Hassan Fazeli Nashli; Ardeshir Javanmard Zadeh

Volume 6, Issue 2 , March 2015, , Pages 167-184

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.54181

Abstract
  Mehran Plain is located in the cultural region of South West Iran. Studying the geographic location of this region in relation to the formation of early states is important. The cultural ...  Read More
Typological Study and Comparative Chronology of the Pottery Vessels from Tepe Giyan in Nihavand: The Assemblage of Moghadam Museum of University of Tehran
Typological Study and Comparative Chronology of the Pottery Vessels from Tepe Giyan in Nihavand: The Assemblage of Moghadam Museum of University of Tehran

Niloufar Moghimi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2017, , Pages 167-188

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.61775

Abstract
  Tepe Giyan, which situated in Nihavand city, is one the most important and the first excavated sites in the cultural-geographical zone of Central Zagros. Excavations in this site had ...  Read More
Studying the Ancient Metallurgy of Qazvin Plain Based on the Metal Samples Discovered from The Iron Age II Graves of Sagzabad Cemetery
Studying the Ancient Metallurgy of Qazvin Plain Based on the Metal Samples Discovered from The Iron Age II Graves of Sagzabad Cemetery

Talhe Ghodousiyan; Ahad Samadi; Hasan Talai

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2017, , Pages 167-187

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.64011

Abstract
  Ancient metallurgy is one of the technological processes were seen from discovered natural native copper in Tappeh Zagheh (6th millennium B.C.). It was continued progressively in Tappeh ...  Read More
New Uruk Findings in NW Iran; Hasanlu VIII -VII and the Lack of Kura-Araxes Evidence in Southern Parts of the Lake Urmia Region
New Uruk Findings in NW Iran; Hasanlu VIII -VII and the Lack of Kura-Araxes Evidence in Southern Parts of the Lake Urmia Region

Akbar Abedi; Reza Heidari; salah salimi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 167-183

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.71110

Abstract
  During 2007 archaeological survey of Little Zab River in Sardasht district in NW Iran, 6 typical Uruk (Uruk Related) sites have been brought to light. One of the important one is Tepe ...  Read More
An Archaeological Analysis of the Existing Shell Vessels (Libation Shell) in the Archaeological Contexts of the Iranian Plateau in the Third to the First Millennium B.C.
An Archaeological Analysis of the Existing Shell Vessels (Libation Shell) in the Archaeological Contexts of the Iranian Plateau in the Third to the First Millennium B.C.

Parisa Naseri; Abbas Motarjem; David S. Reese

Volume 15, Issue 2 , December 2023, , Pages 167-183

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2023.342641.143113

Abstract
  Sea shells are natural-biological objects. They are embedded in geological layers in the form of fossils, but also, to find in archaeological deposits as a result of human activities. ...  Read More
Womanity as Represnted on-the-Cylinder Seals
An Enactive Semiotics of Female Visualisation in Ancient Susiana (3500-1000 B.C.)
Womanity as Represnted on-the-Cylinder Seals An Enactive Semiotics of Female Visualisation in Ancient Susiana (3500-1000 B.C.)

Vahid Askarpour

Volume 10, Issue 1 , August 2018, , Pages 169-187

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.215872.142331

Abstract
  The paper concerns with an investigation of beginnings and evolution of female figures on the cylinder seals of ancient Susiana plain during the middle of 4th millennium up to the end ...  Read More
Archaeological Excavation at Taj Amir Cemetery, Yasouj
Archaeological Excavation at Taj Amir Cemetery, Yasouj

Ebrahim Ghezelbash; Mohammad Javad Jafari; Nowrooz Rajabi; Korosh Mohammadkhani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 171-190

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2016.59501

Abstract
  Taj Amir Cemetery is located in southern side of Dena Mountain and east of Yasouj city in Kohgiluyeh and Boyerahmad Province. The cemetery was discovered in 2009 during the construction ...  Read More
A Study on the Battle of Bahram–e Goor in Keshmahin on the Basis of Motifs from Bandian–e Dargaz
A Study on the Battle of Bahram–e Goor in Keshmahin on the Basis of Motifs from Bandian–e Dargaz

ali sadrayi; Mostansar Gholinejad; Hossein Koohestani; Mahmoud Toghraie; Mahia Azar

Volume 11, Issue 2 , October 2019, , Pages 171-190

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.73113

Abstract
  The analyses and interpretations of archaeological findings and historical texts of the Sassanid period have not yielded satisfactory results in some cases despite extensive evidence. ...  Read More
An Analytical Look at Archaeology and Its Place in Iran
An Analytical Look at Archaeology and Its Place in Iran

Simā Yadollāhi; Abbās Yalveh’i

Volume 3, Issue 1 , July 2011, , Pages 177-194

Abstract
  Almost a century and a half ago, the name or concept of archeology was not commonly known in Iran. As a branch of human sciences, archeology emerged in Iran as a consequence of the ...  Read More
A Look at the Indexes of Style and Symbol in the Study of Archaeological Evidences and Their Role in our Accessibility to the Past Conceptions
A Look at the Indexes of Style and Symbol in the Study of Archaeological Evidences and Their Role in our Accessibility to the Past Conceptions

Hekmatollah Mollasalehi; Sima Yadollahi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2009, , Pages 185-198

Abstract
  Dichotomy is a serious obstacle in archaeological studies; it is a problem all fields of human, social and historical knowledge and even natural sciences are faced with. However, in ...  Read More
The Bathhouse of Haj Mir-Hassan Qazvin, a Bath from Early Qajar Era
The Bathhouse of Haj Mir-Hassan Qazvin, a Bath from Early Qajar Era

Parivash Akbari; Hayedeh Laleh; Ali Shojaee Esfahani

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2012, , Pages 193-219

Abstract
  The public bathhouses are included in buildings as public utilities that have been expanded throughout Islamic realm by arising Islamic religion that cleaning is the preamble for most ...  Read More
The Architectural Tradition of Tombs in the Third Millennium BC in Dambe Kou, Makran, Sistan and Baluchestan Province
The Architectural Tradition of Tombs in the Third Millennium BC in Dambe Kou, Makran, Sistan and Baluchestan Province

Morteza Hessari

Volume 13, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 199-224

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.301810.142872

Abstract
  The most important area that is directly related to the civilization of the Sind and the southern coastal countries of the Persian Gulf is the Makkoran. These three cultural areas have ...  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
Study of the Evolution of Finny Tower Tombs in Islamic Architecture: the Case Study of Azhar Tower of Dargazin, Iran
Study of the Evolution of Finny Tower Tombs in Islamic Architecture: the Case Study of Azhar Tower of Dargazin, Iran

Reza Nazari arshad; Hassan Karimian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , July 2021, , Pages 211-234

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.290416.142790

Abstract
  Architecture is among the important branches of art and civilization and architectural structures, beside their practical uses, have also served as the ground for the emergence of different ...  Read More
Study of the 14th to 17th Centuries Azerbaijan Museum Gravestones Ornaments Based on Analytical Semiotic Approach
Study of the 14th to 17th Centuries Azerbaijan Museum Gravestones Ornaments Based on Analytical Semiotic Approach

mehdi kazempour

Volume 13, Issue 3 , September 2021, , Pages 211-239

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.278962.142699

Abstract
  TheAzerbaijan Museum has historical artworks from the pre-Islamic to Islamic periods. One of the most important parts of this museum is an open-air section, where a large number of ...  Read More
An introduction to the culture of Khojaly-Gadabay in the South Caucasus and its expansion in the northwest of Iran
An introduction to the culture of Khojaly-Gadabay in the South Caucasus and its expansion in the northwest of Iran

Ali Karimikiya; Reza Rezaloo

Volume 12, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 217-241

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.250873.142544

Abstract
  Khojaly-Gadabay is a culture in the archeological literature of the Republic of Azerbaijan that was first recognized in the Khojaly region of this country. Chronologically, it dates ...  Read More
A study on the historical shrine of Emamzadeh Aghil of Yasokand, Bijar
A study on the historical shrine of Emamzadeh Aghil of Yasokand, Bijar

Maryam Mohammadi; Javad Neyestani; Ali Reza Hojabri Nobari

Volume 4, Issue 1 , July 2012, , Pages 221-237

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2012.35383

Abstract
  During the first Islamic centuries, Kurdistan is one of areas that there has been little information on architectural and monumental structure of this area. In such a situation, Imamzadeh ...  Read More
Cultural dynamics of the second half of the fourth millennium BC and the roots of early urbanization in southeastern Iran (3500-3000 BC)
Cultural dynamics of the second half of the fourth millennium BC and the roots of early urbanization in southeastern Iran (3500-3000 BC)

Hossein Moradi

Volume 12, Issue 4 , May 2021, , Pages 221-238

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.313602.142951

Abstract
   During the late fourth millennium B.C some changes took place in many archaeological sites of south eastern Iran that affected the different aspects of life in the region. By ...  Read More
Iconographical analysis of the royal hunting scene  on the Sasanian bear hunting plate of Abkhazia Museum
Iconographical analysis of the royal hunting scene on the Sasanian bear hunting plate of Abkhazia Museum

Esmaeil Sangari; Farzad Rafieifar; Sara yousefi

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

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2024.366742.143237

Abstract
  The bear hunting silver plate of the Abkhazia Museum is one of the artworks of the Sasanian period that depiction of bears being hunted and the use of a lasso as the hunting weapon ...  Read More
Who Were Serving Passengers on the Royal Road?
Who Were Serving Passengers on the Royal Road?

Leila Makvandi

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 157-175

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.216513.142336

Abstract
  Historical sources provide valuable information related to extent, control and maintaining security, stations and its services about Achaemenid Royal Road, but they tell nothing about ...  Read More
Topheth Human Sacrifice Altars in Jerusalem 
According to Old Testament and Islamic Resources
Topheth Human Sacrifice Altars in Jerusalem According to Old Testament and Islamic Resources

Javad Neyestani

Volume 7, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 165-174

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.57754

Abstract
  The Topheth (in Ancient Jerusalem), considered as a holly land in Canaanites period, it was the altar of human sacrifice in honor of Baal. The history of the ritual, human sacrifice ...  Read More
An Analytical Study on the Objects of the Oxus Treasure
An Analytical Study on the Objects of the Oxus Treasure

Sadreddin Taheri; Reza Bayramzadeh

Volume 10, Issue 2 , January 2019, , Pages 171-184

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.68537

Abstract
  This article tries to look at the Oxus treasure and to have a survey on this glorious ancient collection, typology of its objects and semiotics of its motifs. Our most important purposes ...  Read More
How Darius Build the Suez Canal?
Its Political-Economic Impact in Achaemenid Period
How Darius Build the Suez Canal? Its Political-Economic Impact in Achaemenid Period

Rahim Velāyati

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, , Pages 177-201

Abstract
  If we consider the starting of Achaemenian Empire in 559 BC, the year that Cyrus, the second, came to power and its ending in 332 BC, the year that Iran was conquered by Alexander, ...  Read More
New Light on the Unknown Minting Centre 65
New Light on the Unknown Minting Centre 65

Zahra Alinezhad; Mostafa Dehpahlavan; Arthur Houghton; mohammad lamehi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 185-200

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.71112

Abstract
  In a new research on the Seleucid coins of Avicenna’s (Bu Ali Sina) Museum of Hamedan, eight new Tetradrachms from uncertain mint 65 have been identified. These coins issued under ...  Read More