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Journal:   NEGAREH   winter 2018 , Volume 12 , Number 44 ; Page(s) 5 To 19.
 
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A Comparative Study of the MinaiPotteries and Luster Tiles (6 and 7 Centuries AH) with the Illustrations of the InjuidKelila-va-Dimna Manuscript (707 AH)

 
 
Author(s):  SAMANIAN SAMAD, Pourafza Elham
 
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Abstract: 
This study investigates the composition and visual features of pre-Mongol minai potteries (the sixth and the early seventh centuries AH), IlkhanidLustre tiles (Kashan-seventh century) and Kelila-va-Dimna manuscript, illustrated in Injuid Shiraz school (707 AH). Comparing the visual elements of these works of art which have been drawn during different periods, and with different contents and subject matters, this study aims at finding out the similar patterns and continuing representations of ancient traditions, the same origin and the contextsfordevelopment of the similar aspects regardless ofthe two centuries gap between these artworks. Research questions are: 1. Which similar patterns have been continuously used in illustrating these artworks? 2. Concerning these similarities, can we consider the InjuidKelila-va-Dimna manuscript influenced by pre-Mongol minai potteries and IlkhanidLustre tiles? The research method is analyticaldescriptive with a comparative approach and the data were collected through library sources. It has been found that despite the political and social changes as well as influencing different cultures from the sixth to eighth centuries AH, the continuation of some similar pictorial traditions like the representation of ancient basics in the works during these three centuries can be observed. Moreover, interests and cultural policies of the rulers, migration of the artists (especially after the Mongol conquest on Fars), systematic establishment of education and economic contexts such as the development of exchange of goods between Shiraz and the cities where these ceramic objects were being produced (like Ray, Kashan and Neyshabour), might be considered as the reasonsfor the influence of the above-mentioned ceramics on illustrations of this manuscript.
 
Keyword(s): MinaiPottery,Luster Tile,Persian Painting,Kelila-va-Dimna,Seljuks,Ilkhanids,Injuids
 
 
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SAMANIAN, S., & Pourafza, E. (2018). A Comparative Study of the MinaiPotteries and Luster Tiles (6 and 7 Centuries AH) with the Illustrations of the InjuidKelila-va-Dimna Manuscript (707 AH). NEGAREH, 12(44 ), 5-19. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663845



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SAMANIAN SAMAD, Pourafza Elham. A Comparative Study of the MinaiPotteries and Luster Tiles (6 and 7 Centuries AH) with the Illustrations of the InjuidKelila-va-Dimna Manuscript (707 AH). NEGAREH. 2018 [cited 2021May11];12(44 ):5-19. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663845



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SAMANIAN, S., Pourafza, E., 2018. A Comparative Study of the MinaiPotteries and Luster Tiles (6 and 7 Centuries AH) with the Illustrations of the InjuidKelila-va-Dimna Manuscript (707 AH). NEGAREH, [online] 12(44 ), pp.5-19. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663845.



 
 
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