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Journal:   NAGHSH MAYEH   MARCH 2015 , Volume 8 , Number 21; Page(s) 21 To 32.
 
Paper: 

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF (MAR - DRAGON) IN THE CAUCASUS AND ANATOLIA RUGS

 
 
Author(s):  MOHSENI ZAHRA, DADVAR ABOLGHASEM
 
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Abstract: 

The present study both history and culture of the region (The Caucasus and Anatolia) - Bafthhay taking one of them - and some of the common and distinguishing their case is investigated. What this study is concerned, the emphasis on a particular type called the woven (kilim) are the result of matching, implies the existence of similar cases in the visual quality of the woven such a role (Mar-dragon) and the geometric mode, this role can be more visible. On the other hand the distance and differences in climate and attitudes that underlie these two areas is inconsistent. Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia in the Caucasus states comprise most of the old hand-woven area rugs in the world known as the fabric is made. Conducted research on snakes and dragons, the symbolic concepts and the stories and religious myths, seems to be a very important factor in the creation of the mythical snake in the picture is different, and the implementation of this is located. The research is a comparative and analytical method, applications - is an item Curated content library as well. The aim of this study was to investigate the role of adaptive (Mar - dragon) in the Caucasus and Anatolia rugs are. It is also the location of a snake in Dastbafth it to work in the margins, bergamot, text rugs will also be examined. This study tried to answer the following questions may be appropriate:
The motifs (Mar - dragon) in each area of carpet weaving in the Caucasus and Anatolia in what is a concept? The relationship between the motifs used in the rugs of the Caucasus and Anatolia there? Causes of the differences and similarities of motifs (Mar - dragon) in the Caucasus and the Anatolian Kilim is?

 
Keyword(s): REVIEW, IMPLEMENTATION, MAR - DRAGON, CARPET, CAUCASIAN, ANATOLIAN
 
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