عنوان مقاله [English]
The eastern coast of the Central Zagros is one of the most important areas of the Neolithic development, which has unknown angles in the wake of its common cultural traditions, which requires more in depth studies. Among these unknowns,"Malayer Plain" are associated with the effects of the "Late Neolithic" period. This period is part of the 6th Millennium B.C., due to the evolution of clay in its role and color, which can be distinguished from the earlier and later periods one of the most important species and traditions of this period is the clay-shaped pottery of Sarab which is a pivot point in the recognition of the Late Neolithic of the Central Zagros. This type of pottery has been identified along the eastern shores of the Central Zagros and Malayer plain. This cultural area is considered as the blind spot of Neolithic communities due to the lack of targeted studies. The present research is based on the historical-analytical and exploratory of Trench I & II excavation the Poshte-Forodgah Tepe for the first time to study the presence of Late Neolithic communities in the plain of Malayer, and seek to answer the question: What are the commonly used Neolithic cultures of the Malayer Plain influenced by which of the commonly used Neolithic cultural traditions of the new Central Zagros? Output the research of the presence and impact of the new Malayer periods has revealed the common cultural traditions of Kermanshah plains (Segabi, Syahbid and Sarab) and Lurestan (Qalagap).