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Journal of Iran's Pre Islamic Archaeological Essays
Visual Metarepresentation of Painted Pottery of Cheshmeh Ali II & III and Tape Pardis ‎


 submission: 13/11/2019 | acception: 28/09/2020 | publication: 28/09/2020

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Samine Nemati1, HamidReza Ghorbani2*, Ali Zareie3

1-Birjand University‎،samine.nemati@birjand.ac.ir

2-Birjand University‎،ghorbani.hr@birjand.ac.ir

3-Birjand University‎،azareie@birjand.ac.ir



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Abstract

Since works of art and the universality of art originate on the one hand in line ‎with society and on the other from the human tendencies, so archeology and even ‎anthropology, certainly cannot express human's senses, but based on the material ‎evidences left, some ideas can be put forward. In fact, archaeological evidences ‎and cultural artifacts have the task of transmitting information. Therefore, ‎studying and comparing the cultural materials of different sites is important as one ‎of the most useful and effective approaches in archeology and art in tracking and ‎understanding the cultural interactions of one another. In the present study, 12 ‎samples of painted pottery fromTape Pardis and 6 painted samples from periods ‎II and III of Cheshmeh Ali in the central plateau of Iran were ‎metarepresentationed to identify the extent to which Tape Pardis's printed pottery ‎motifs are influenced by Cheshme-Ali's printed pottery motifs, because motifs are ‎one of the main sources in metarepresentations and over-representations. The ‎results of this study show that the pottery maker of Tape Pardis has considered ‎the main basis of his pottery decorations as Cheshmeh Ali motifs. This ‎descriptive-analytical research was carried out through library studies and ‎museum's specimen research. And the motifs in each area are analyzed separately ‎and finally the motifs of both areas are metarepresentationed together.‎ Since works of art and the universality of art originate on the one hand in line ‎with society and on the other from the human tendencies, so archeology and even ‎anthropology, certainly cannot express human's senses, but based on the material ‎evidences left, some ideas can be put forward. In fact, archaeological evidences ‎and cultural artifacts have the task of transmitting information. Therefore, ‎studying and comparing the cultural materials of different sites is important as one ‎of the most useful and effective approaches in‎




Keywords

Metarepresentation  Representation  Painted Pottery  Cheshme Ali  Tape Pardis‎ 



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