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Comparative study The attribute of anger in ancient Iran and India Based on the Shahnameh and Masnavi Manavi

Homeyra Zomorodi; Mina Akbari Farahani

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 1-20

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2023.362004.1209

Abstract
  The discussion of moral virtues and vices is one of the common ideas in the moral and mystical beliefs of ancient Iran and India. According to the idea of dualism, vice traits are caused by the forces of evil and darkness, and good traits are influenced by the forces of good and light. Avoiding vices, ...  Read More

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The Impact of Extension Foreign Relations on the Cultural Developments of Kermanshah in the Qajar Period (1285-1210.SH)

shirzad ehsan khah; monireh kazemi arshad; hassan Zandiyehh; manijeh sadri

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 21-39

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2022.347264.1144

Abstract
  During the Qajar period, due to the emergence and expansion of capitalism and the globalization of the economy, the country's border gates were opened to other countries. In the meantime, Kermanshah, as one of the most important border routes in the country, had a significant share. And in confrontation ...  Read More

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Imagology of Iranian Women in Raphael Du Mans’ Travelogue

Farzaneh Saniei; Ehsan Ghabool

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 41-59

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2022.349844.1160

Abstract
  This paper aims to study the image of Iranian women in the Safavid era within the work of French priest Raphael Du Mans entitled the Status of Iran in 1660 . This book is one of the first works written in French about Safavid Iran and its author is unique among European tourists who traveled to Iran ...  Read More

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The role of handicrafts on the level of employment of Baloch women and the advancement of the region's economy (case study: needlework of Iranshahr city)

Negar Avishi; Zahra Hosseinabadi; Marzieh Esfandiari

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 61-79

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2022.349277.1156

Abstract
  It can be acknowledged that needlework represents the authenticity of the Baloch people, the most well-known and important art of the people of Baluchistan. This beautiful art is sewn in different cities of Sistan and Baluchistan province by the hands of Sistani and Baloch women, but the selection of ...  Read More

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Explanation and analysis of the role of sacred numbers in the creation of water in ancient Iran (Case Study: The Numbers Three and Seven)

hasan Atash Ab parvar; mohamadkarim yousefjamali; Esmaeil sangari; shokouh alsadat Arabi hashemi

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 81-97

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2022.349712.1159

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  How the universe was originally created and the creation of natural elements and their fit with numbers has always been of human interest. Although the myths of creation reflect the mindset of primitive man, they often seek a purposeful structure. With the importance and role that water has in life and ...  Read More

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A new reading of the Pahlavi inscription in Mount Hossein (Naqsh-e Rostam 4)

Mohamadjavad Owladhoseyn; Mojtaba Doroodi

Volume 13, Issue 3 , December 2023, Pages 99-113

https://doi.org/10.22059/jis.2023.348313.1150

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  The subject of the current research is the reading of a new inscription in Mount Hossein, Fars province, Marvdasht Plain, near Naqsh-e Rostam. The discovery of this inscription took place in the last months of 1400 solar year; It has been widely reflected in the news agencies and it has been referred ...  Read More