Introducing the sarkuche mosque inscriptions in mohammadiye of Naein city

Document Type: Research Article

Author

b.c archeology student of birjand university,Iran

Abstract

Naein is one of the famous county of Esfahan that is situated in northeast-160 kilometer of Esfahan. Sarkuche Mohammadiye mosque، situated in historical suburb of same researchers and history of masqus inscription is built in the half of fifth hegira century. This mosque introduces us another kind of mosques map originate with the new combination of substances of Iranian architecture like having four arcs and portico. One of the distinctive features of this mosque is using the rocking roof and the rectangular pylon and locating the dome on it this style is coming from sasani architecture. Also embellishment of paleographic are used in the interior of mosque that some notes of holly Quran in veneration of building mosque and name of ten missionary in koofis handwriting and lazuli are drawn in field of white chalk remind the drawing method of frosco (name of style) In this article the writer wants to check the embellishment of paleographic of this mosque in way of analictic-descriptire leaning on fields and libraries studying.
 
 

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