eriod with pottery to the contemporary period, pottery has been a common and significant art and industry. During the archeological studies carried out in this area, the technique of creating pottery was identified, which shows the continuation of cultural traditions in the mentioned millennia. This technique of making and shaping was done by fabric mold, which was replaced by plant baskets in the Neolithic period. Numerous examples of this technique have been reported from the sixth millennium to the first millennium BC in the plains of Mashhad and Central Asia, as well as during the Sassanid period in the plain of Neyshabour. One of the hidden aspects of this phenomenon is the relationship between the organization of production of this type of utensils and the texture of societies, which has been studied and described in the present study with archeological ethnography and symbolic and interpretive anthropological approach. If the contemporary model can beattributed to prehistory, it can be said that women played an essential role in this hand-made production activity. In the modern context, these containers have the function of storing food, and dairy and originate from the livelihood economy based on animal husbandry. These vessels are produced on a home scale and their production has no economic purposes. It seems that this indigenous technique has continued for millennia as a lasting heritage, and its raw materials have been different according to the canvas and also its consumption pattern according to the type of activities in different periods.
- حق عضویت دریافتی صرف حمایت از نشریات عضو و نگهداری، تکمیل و توسعه مگیران میشود.
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