The Historical Approach to the Relative Chronology of Caravansarai of Alaki, Near Marand
The Historical Approach to the Relative Chronology of Caravansarai of Alaki, Near Marand

Ali Nemati-Babaylou; Mahsa Saidi -Mehrabad

Volume 15, Issue 2 , December 2023, , Pages 185-201

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2022.344774.143137

Abstract
  Due to the importance of Tabriz in various historical periods after the Mongol’s invasion to the end of the Qajar period, as continuously being the capital city or the residence ...  Read More
Archaeological Survey of Qaleh Iraj, Dating and Function
Archaeological Survey of Qaleh Iraj, Dating and Function

Seyed Mehdi Mousavinia; Mohammadreza Nemati

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2017, , Pages 189-208

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.61778

Abstract
  Among the Historical Monuments which have been identified in Tehran plain, Qaleh Iraj (known also as Qaleh Gabri) is the biggest in extent by 1470 m. length, 1300 m. Width covering ...  Read More
Multiple Identification Alternatives for Two Sassanid Equestrians on Fīrūzābād I Relief: A Heraldic Approach
Multiple Identification Alternatives for Two Sassanid Equestrians on Fīrūzābād I Relief: A Heraldic Approach

Rezā Kalāni

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2017, , Pages 189-209

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.64012

Abstract
  Unlike the king himself, the identity of other figures carved out of Sassanid reliefs has mostly been controversial. This study attempts to resolve one of such controversial discussions ...  Read More
Analyzing Tepe Ismailabad Pottery Motifs and Forms
Analyzing Tepe Ismailabad Pottery Motifs and Forms

Ahmad Aliyari; Hassan talaee

Volume 10, Issue 1 , August 2018, , Pages 189-205

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.251187.142534

Abstract
  Considering Tepe Ismailabad and Cheshmeali sequences, identifying the architectural levels as well as the length of continuation of this culture in the mound, provides the most accurate ...  Read More
The Study of Alloy and Manufacturing Techniques of Bangles of Eurasian Nomadic Tribes: Case Study, Bangles Discovered from Jafarabad’s Kurgan No 8
The Study of Alloy and Manufacturing Techniques of Bangles of Eurasian Nomadic Tribes: Case Study, Bangles Discovered from Jafarabad’s Kurgan No 8

Atefeh Yadollahi; Hamidreza Bakhshandeh Fard; Farshid Iravani Ghadim

Volume 8, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 191-204

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2016.59502

Abstract
  “Kurgans”, which have recently been explored during an archeological excavation in Iran, contain graves where Eurasian used to bury the corps of their dead people. The Kurgans ...  Read More
Analyzing Archaeological Finds from the Chehrabad Salt Mine
Analyzing Archaeological Finds from the Chehrabad Salt Mine

Abolfazl Aali; Thomas Stollner; Bahman Firuzmandi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , October 2019, , Pages 191-210

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.73118

Abstract
  The Chehrabad salt mine is one of the rare ancient salt mine in the world and the only identified salt mine in Iran which has evidences of salt extracting over a long time span from ...  Read More
Why Kerman Province cannot be the Location
of Šimaški?
Why Kerman Province cannot be the Location of Šimaški?

Kamal Aldin Niknami; Babak Rafi’i Alavi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2009, , Pages 199-215

Abstract
  ?ima?ki is one of the important Toponyms in old Elamite Period. Until now, there has been no agreement among archaeologists on the location of this Toponym. This article wants to show ...  Read More
Investigating of the Function of the Architectural Square Space of Tang-i-Chakchak Complex, Fars Province: A New Look Toward Sanctuaries of Arədvī Sūrā Anāhitā during Sassanid Period1
Investigating of the Function of the Architectural Square Space of Tang-i-Chakchak Complex, Fars Province: A New Look Toward Sanctuaries of Arədvī Sūrā Anāhitā during Sassanid Period1

Seyed Mehdi Mousavi Kouhpar; Alireza Zabanavar; ُSolmaz Ahmadzadeh Khosrowshahi

Volume 12, Issue 4 , May 2021, , Pages 211-231

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2021.317834.142977

Abstract
  Tang-i-Chakchak complex is located at eastern Fars Province. As one of the biggest religious Sassanid architectural complex, it consists of two main architectural spaces including a ...  Read More
Characterization of the Marble Stone Bowles of Jiroft Plain and Compare with Marble Stones Scattered in the Distributaries of Halil and Shour Rivers in Southeast Iran
Characterization of the Marble Stone Bowles of Jiroft Plain and Compare with Marble Stones Scattered in the Distributaries of Halil and Shour Rivers in Southeast Iran

Mehdi razani; Ramin Mohamadi sefidkhani; Bahram Ajorlo; ahmad jahangiri

Volume 13, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 225-243

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.275663.142676

Abstract
  Archaeologically, Southeastern Iran has been hypothesized as one of the most important centers for the production and export of marble artifacts during the Bronze Age Near East. The ...  Read More
Cultural Interactions of Prehistoric Societies of Central Iranian plateau with Residents of Central Zagros, Fars and Southwestern of Iran during the Fifth Millennium BC
Cultural Interactions of Prehistoric Societies of Central Iranian plateau with Residents of Central Zagros, Fars and Southwestern of Iran during the Fifth Millennium BC

Parisa Nekouei; Rouhollah Yousefi Zoshk

Volume 13, Issue 1 , July 2021, , Pages 235-258

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.289501.142829

Abstract
  The Iranian plateau is considered as one of the main founding columns of cultural transformation during the sixth, fifth and fourth millennia BC. Archaeological evidances such as the ...  Read More
Review and analysis of the banquet scene in the Elymais reliefs with the introduction of newly found relief of Sang-e Mahi Andyka – Masjedsoleyman
Review and analysis of the banquet scene in the Elymais reliefs with the introduction of newly found relief of Sang-e Mahi Andyka – Masjedsoleyman

Yaghoub Mohammadifar; Afrasiab Garavand; Abass Motarjem

Volume 4, Issue 1 , July 2012, , Pages 239-256

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2012.35384

Abstract
  Elymais regions include the elevated plains and valleys of Bakhtiary Mountains in east of Karun River and in fact it is the northeast of Khozestan province. Although the exact determining ...  Read More
Archaeological Study of Parthian Habitats in Sefid-rud Rudbar Valley
Archaeological Study of Parthian Habitats in Sefid-rud Rudbar Valley

Ali Kazemi; Farzad Mafi; Zarin Fakhar

Volume 13, Issue 3 , September 2021, , Pages 241-263

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.280981.142716

Abstract
  With seven cities, four districts, and 2514 square kilometers, Rudbar city is the largest city in the south of Gilan province. Environmental capabilities such as crossing the Sefid-rud ...  Read More
The Role of the Goddess Anahita in Decorations of the Mosaic Ivan (loggia) in Bishapur
The Role of the Goddess Anahita in Decorations of the Mosaic Ivan (loggia) in Bishapur

Mahsa Mohammad gholi beik; Hamidreza Jayhani

Volume 12, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 243-268

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2020.250094.142527

Abstract
  Due to the written history of urbanization, the City of Bishapur is counted as one of the Sassanid era's valuable examples. Through this city, valuable buildings and monuments were ...  Read More
Archaeological survey of the water supply system and water cycle in ʿĀli Qāpu Palace of Isfahan
Archaeological survey of the water supply system and water cycle in ʿĀli Qāpu Palace of Isfahan

Ali Shojaee Esfahani

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

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2023.360435.143214

Abstract
  ʿĀli Qāpu Palace among the magnificent buildings constructed during the Safavid period (907-1135 AH) in Isfahan, is considered one of the most famous ones. Although the Palace has ...  Read More
Chronological Study of the Chalcolithic Potteries from Khole-Kū in Takestan
Chronological Study of the Chalcolithic Potteries from Khole-Kū in Takestan

Hamid Reza Valipour; Sare Ne’matollahi Niya

Volume 7, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 175-195

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2015.57755

Abstract
  Khole-Kū is located in the south of Takestan and on the border of Qazvin plain. This site was sounding during an archaeological project in the spring of 2011. The pottery materials ...  Read More
An Explanation on Artistic Style and Date of a Decorated Bronze Belt from Gargul 
(West Azarbaijan, Iran)
An Explanation on Artistic Style and Date of a Decorated Bronze Belt from Gargul (West Azarbaijan, Iran)

Kazem Mollazadeh; ali binandeh

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 177-191

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.208971.142297

Abstract
  ‌Southern basin of Urmia Lake has faced the significant political, cultural, and artistic evolutions during the first millennium BC. Rising and development of local governments caused ...  Read More
Place of Value and Valuation Practices in the Conservation and Restoration Approaches of the Persepolis World Heritage Site
Place of Value and Valuation Practices in the Conservation and Restoration Approaches of the Persepolis World Heritage Site

Parisa Abdollahi; koros samaniyan

Volume 10, Issue 2 , January 2019, , Pages 185-203

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.68538

Abstract
  Survey and analysis of different distinctive conservation/restoration periods in Persepolis (from 1931 until present time) shows that the conservation approaches were mainly based on  ...  Read More
Recognizing the Architectural Features of Ali Shah' Mosque of Tabriz on the Basis of Archaeological, Historical and Architectural Evidences
Recognizing the Architectural Features of Ali Shah' Mosque of Tabriz on the Basis of Archaeological, Historical and Architectural Evidences

amin moardi; behrooz omrani

Volume 11, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 201-215

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.71113

Abstract
  The approximate one century of Ilkhanid dominions in Iran, was a priory in flourishing such an innovation styles of Architectural and Urban designing in Islamic ages of which clarifying ...  Read More
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
Tam(uk)ka(n), Taoke, Tah(u)makah & Tahukka; the Names for an Achaemenid Port on the Northern Coast of the Persian Gulf; 
A Challenges for Conformity between Textual and Archaeological Documents
Tam(uk)ka(n), Taoke, Tah(u)makah & Tahukka; the Names for an Achaemenid Port on the Northern Coast of the Persian Gulf; A Challenges for Conformity between Textual and Archaeological Documents

Afshin Yazdani; Bahman Firouzmandi Shireh Jin

Volume 8, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 205-223

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2016.59503

Abstract
  The Persepolis clay tablets (dating back to Darius the Great) and the Mesopotamian archives from the time of Cyrus the Great as well as the historical reports from the time of Alexander ...  Read More
Preliminary Results of the Archaeological survey on the southern Zayandeh Rood Basin, Laran County, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari Province
Preliminary Results of the Archaeological survey on the southern Zayandeh Rood Basin, Laran County, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari Province

ali norozi; Mohsen Heydari Dastenaei

Volume 10, Issue 1 , August 2018, , Pages 207-226

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2018.135136.142225

Abstract
  Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari province witnesses a long period of human occupations. It is due to for the geography and environmental factors such as its location on the highly mountainous ...  Read More
Investigating the Cultural Evolutions in Western Hinterlands of Alvand
From Chalcolithic period to the End of Iron Age
(Based on an archeological survey in Tuyserkan intermountain plain)
Investigating the Cultural Evolutions in Western Hinterlands of Alvand From Chalcolithic period to the End of Iron Age (Based on an archeological survey in Tuyserkan intermountain plain)

Reza Nazari Arshad; Khalilollah Beik Mohammadi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2017, , Pages 209-227

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.61779

Abstract
  Extensive or intensive methods in archeological surveys are amongst the most common practical techniques in identifying phenomena, cultural changes and cultural ecosystem. Studying ...  Read More
Distribution of Uruk Material Culture and it's Cultural and 
Political Interplay with Kura-Araxes Tradition
Distribution of Uruk Material Culture and it's Cultural and Political Interplay with Kura-Araxes Tradition

Sepideh Maziar

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2017, , Pages 211-231

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2017.64013

Abstract
  In the fourth Millennium BC, as the societies became more complex and with the formation of Uruk culture and the sophisticated social and economic mechanisms behind it, we are confronted ...  Read More
A Historical Archaeology of the Zoroastrian Societies in Maybod (Yazd): A Preliminary Report of Archaeological Survey in the Mazra’e Kalantar and Hassan Abad Villages
A Historical Archaeology of the Zoroastrian Societies in Maybod (Yazd): A Preliminary Report of Archaeological Survey in the Mazra’e Kalantar and Hassan Abad Villages

Hassan Fazeli nashli; Ruth Young

Volume 11, Issue 2 , October 2019, , Pages 211-226

https://doi.org/10.22059/jarcs.2019.73114

Abstract
  A joint team from University of Tehran and Leicester University carried out a first season of archaeological exploration of Zoroastrian societies in Maybod of Yazad province during ...  Read More
Hunting in the Forest Steppe: An Examination of the Painted Panel at Takke Rock-Shelter, Bojnord, Northeastern Iran
Hunting in the Forest Steppe: An Examination of the Painted Panel at Takke Rock-Shelter, Bojnord, Northeastern Iran

Ali Akbar Vahdati

Volume 12, Issue 4 , May 2021, , Pages 233-250

Abstract
  < p dir="ltr">The mountainous region of Northern Khorasan, north-eastern Iran is rich in rock art complexes including several petroglyphic and rock-painting sites. The rock paintings ...  Read More