Rock-Art of Mir Malas, Iran

Shirnasabzadeh Farzad

Abstract


Rock-Art as a pictorial language shows different aspects of ancient life and culture. Pictographs include rock-art; great treasure of fantastic information. Rock-art is formed in ethical and historical concepts. In this study, some new information has been doing served and categorized according to their structure and variety. After recognizing the geographical scope of those drawings on limy stone; they were classified according to their pictures, hunting and hunting animals; then, divided to four groups: human beings, animals tools and unknown pictures included horseman or on foot hunters with arc and arrow, horse riding and on foot men in fighting, sword, arc and arrow, goat, fawn, dog, unknown and unclear drawings. Exaggerated perspicuity in showing bodies and their movements showed fi ghting and following of hunters to animals easily. So, the most important goal was analyzing their structures and drawings to further studies hope folly.

Key words: Kuh-Dasht; Mir Malas; Rock-Art; Pictograph

Résumé L’Art rupestre est un langage pictural qui montre les différents aspects de la vie ancienne et la culture. Les pictogrammes comprennent l’art rupestre; le grand trésor d’informations fantastique. L’Art rupestre est formé dans les concepts éthiques et historiques. Dans cette étude, une nouvelle information a fait servi et classés selon leur structure et de la variété. Après avoir reconnu la portée géographique de ces dessins sur la pierre calcaire, ils ont été classés en fonction de leurs photos, la chasse et la chasse aux animaux, puis, divisée en quatre groupes: les êtres humains, des animaux et des outils inconnus photos incluses cavalier ou sur les chasseurs à pied à l'arc et la fl èche , l’équitation et sur les hommes de pied dans les combats, épée, arc et fl èche, de chèvre, fauve, chien, inconnu et dessins peu clairs. Clarté exagérée en montrant les corps et leurs mouvements ont montré la lutte contre et à la suite des chasseurs pour les animaux facilement. Ainsi, l’objectif le plus important a été l’analyse de leurs structures et des dessins à d'autres études espérons folie.

Mots clés: Kuh-Dasht; Mir Malas; Art rupestre; Pictogramme


Keywords


Kuh-Dasht; Mir Malas; Rock-Art; Pictograph



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720120802.1598

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