عنوان مقاله [English]
So far, many studies have been carried out on the zoroastrian priests, the hierarchy, their role in Sassanid era, and, if not so much, through the research. Most of this awareness comes from textual evidence, including scrolls and religious and non-religious books. The only archaeological evidence related to this important class of the community of this period is the seals, the effect of the seals, as well as the prominent roles of the Kartir. Apart from the role of Kartir, whose personal aspect dominates, and does not contribute much to our understanding of the main issue of this article, the role and position of the Sassanid clergy, the seals and the discovered works of the Sassanid period are the first source for studying this important class and affecting. Although many of these seals, in particular the seals that were discovered on the Takht-e Soleyman, were introduced by scholars as Magi seals, only a small part of them are based on inscriptions into this stratum. In this study, with the iconographic approach, animal designs depicted on Magi's inscriptions are inscribed. Although many of these seals, in particular the seals that were discovered on the throne of Solomon, were introduced by scholars as Magies seals, only a small part of them are based on inscriptions into this class.