Volume 11 (2021)
Issue 2 November 2021, Pages 1-180
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Iranian Studies

 

ISO Abbreviation: Iranian Stud.

Frequency: Biannual

Language: Persian (with English Abstract)

Peer Review Policy: Double Blind

Acceptance Rate: 10%

Open Access Peer Review Supported Journal

 

                     

 

                                                   


 

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Kuh-e-Rahmat inscription (newly found)

Mojtaba Doroodi; Mohammad Javad Owladhoseyn

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 1-17

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.328580.1020

Abstract
  Kuh-e Rahmat is the name of a mountain located in the eastern part of Marvdasht city. Numerous ancient monuments can be seen in this mountain, the most important of which is undoubtedly Persepolis or the Achaemenid city of Pārsa. The mountain also includes extensive evidence of ancient burials. Furthermore, ...  Read More

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Investigation the effect of duality on the ethics of Zoroastrian religion

sayyes saeid reza montazery; Moslem Rezvani

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 18-37

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.320762.969

Abstract
  Dualism idea is one of the most important ideas in Zoroastrianism that has put in the centrality of cosmology in this religion. This idea has attempted to describe and divide the World into two origins namely good and evil that contrast with each other. Dualism is an idea that has anticipated to be presented ...  Read More

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Comparison of Some Ambiguous Words of Plants in Different narrations of Bondahishn and the Results obtained

Parisima Mashayekhi; Farah Zahedi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 38-49

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.327484.1015

Abstract
  Bandesh (consisting of two parts, bun meaning beginning and beginning, and dahišn, equivalent to the word dahesh in Persian, means creation, and in general it means beginning creation) is one of the surviving books in the middle Persian Zoroastrian language, the contents of which are only related ...  Read More

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Imagology of Qājār era Iranian Culture in travelogue Droville

omid vahdanifar; esmaeil alipoor

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 50-74

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.329218.1022

Abstract
  The purpose of this article is to examine Iranian Culture in the travelogue Droville, a military adviser to FatAli Shāh. In the present study, the first reports of the French author are classified into three levels: "Positive Paradigms", "Negative Paradigms" and "Neutral Paradigms". Then below each ...  Read More

Research Paper
The verb and its dependents in the construction of irony in Kurdish and its comparison with Persian

Cheten Tash; Mahmod Jafari Dehaghi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 75-90

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.330855.1034

Abstract
  The Kurdish language is a chain of interconnected western Iranian dialects. In terms of phonetics, morphology, and syntax, this language has many common features with the modern Iranian languages ​​around it, as well as Middle Iranian languages, such as Middle Persian. One of these features is irony. ...  Read More

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The Alliance of Arsacids with the Sarmatians and Dacians in early second Century CE

Reza Ordou; Roozbeh Zarrinkoob

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 91-118

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.328712.1021

Abstract
  The nature of the broader geopolitical relationship between the Arsacids with Sarmatians and the Dacian kingdom, in the north and northwestern region of the Black Sea area, in the late first and early second century CE, is a subject that has been mentioned in very few sources regarding the history of ...  Read More

Research Paper
Overview of documents and resources related to marble and goldsmithing jobs in the Qajar period

javad choupaniyan

Volume 11, Issue 2 , November 2021, Pages 119-141

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2021.331784.1040

Abstract
  Abstract:The discovery of gold and treasure has a long history and was probably shown in some historical periods of this land. The guild actively engaged in this work, known as marbles or goldsmiths. In this age, underground and treasure hunting meant the acquisition of precious objects found underground, ...  Read More

The Problem of Geographical Center and the Continuity of Power in Khwarazmshahi Dynasty (598-628/1202-1231)

Rasoul Jafarian; Maryam Kamali

Volume 3, Issue 1 , August 2013, , Pages 33-52

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2013.36345

Abstract
  The geographical scope of a dynasty and the selection of a capital as the center of its power can be considered as the essential factors in the establishment of a regime and its continuity; this matter seems to be neglected in the political structure of Khwarazmshahi dynasty (598-628/1202-1231). The ...  Read More

From Alexander, the Cursed to Alexander, the Dhu’l-Qarnayn Assessment of disorders in historical sources about Alexander, the King of Macedonia (PartII)

Bahman Firouzmandi Shireh Jin; Mehdi Rahbar; Mostafa Deh Pahlavan

Volume 3, Issue 1 , August 2013, , Pages 65-84

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2013.36347

Abstract
  Hellenism is a part of Iran’s historical period. This era starts with the devastating onslaught of Alexander, the Macedonian warlord. Our historical sources introduce Alexander with a collection of mythic-historical features which make us visualize the real Alexander with an ambiguous image. The ...  Read More

Gilooyeh clan and their social political role in Abbasids period (2nd and 3rd centuries)

Keshvad Siahpour

Volume 2, Issue 1 , August 2013, , Pages 83-103

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2012.35224

Abstract
  Gilooyeh clan or rouzbeh family was one of the most famous and effective Iranian clans of Fars during the first three centuries Sassanids who was gradually successful to penetrate in Abbasid Caliphate and to show their important roles in social- political events, in addition to their periodic battles ...  Read More

Study of Achaemenid Period work’s in Lycia Satrapi’s

Ali Reza Hejebri Nobari; Mahsa Veisi; Mehdi Mousavi; Javad Neyestani

Volume 3, Issue 1 , August 2013, , Pages 99-118

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2013.36349

Abstract
  Achaemenid ruled over a vast territory, to which included Asia Minor (modern Turkey), that was conquered during Cyrus the great campaign to Lydia. Following this its cities was added to Persian satrapies. The name of all the Persian satrapies was not mentioned in Achaemenid official texts, because Achaemenid ...  Read More

Analysis of Wood Delicacy of Touch Art and its Artists in Sanadaj from the Qajar Period until now

Mohammad Ebrahim Zarei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2014, , Pages 33-51

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2014.51697

Abstract
  Nazok Kari, One of the Woodwork art, is of arts that functional and artistic instruments has made from well paint woods by Eleganceand precision.The evidences and documents indicated that OrosiSazi (sash making art) and, Consequently, the Nazok Kariwas expanded in Sanandaj city from Safavidperiod. Due ...  Read More

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Revelry or love? (Study of the most important characteristics of love in Farrokhi Sistani's Tashbib poems)

hossein hassanrezaei

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 July 2022

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jis.2022.338533.1086

Abstract
  "love" is one of the most frequent words, in Iran and world literature. Because most people, experience love, One of the most common themes in art and literature is love. Persian literature, from the beginning until today, has expressed the love in forms such as Couplet-poem, Ghazel, story. ...  Read More

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