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fatehi E, sheikhi A. Comparative study of the visual and content structure of inscriptions and rock Motifs of plinth of the two porches of Hatamkhani and the Tohidkhaneh in Razavi Shrine. JRIA 2020; 8 (1) :87-102
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The holy shrine of Razavi is among the most magnificent monuments with a treasure trove of calligraphy. Including these works, inscriptions and motifs of the stone floor of the entrance to the two domes of Hatam Khani and the Tohidkhaneh, which is visually effective in terms of quality. The purpose of this research is to identify and adapt the structure of the visual structure and the theme of inscriptions and Carved decorations in the plinth stones of the two porches. So, what is the visual and visual structure of the inscriptions on the walls of the hutmakhani and the Tohidkhaneh? And what is the content? Research methodology is descriptive-analytical and comparative and data collection, library and field photography. The findings show that the inscriptions are based on Qur'anic concepts and prayers with the Sols line, literary pieces on the line of Nastaliq, and with the themes of friendship and charity with Ahl al-Bayt and the status of God's forgiveness. The inscriptions are the Sols, Nastaliq and Naskh edition, which have a dynamic front by their circular shape and form. The use of these lines in the Sols and Nastaliq letter inscriptions relates to the calligraphy basics, which is coordinated with the visual capabilities of these two types of lines for easy visualization and readings. The inscriptions of the two porches were observed as scrolls, belts and textures, and the visual structure of the inscriptions was in geometric, ellipsoidal, circular, and square shapes, often with horizontal and vertical combinations, repeated with a visually repeating, intermittent, and Repeated with symmetry, intermittent and contradictory.arabesque and  Khatai designs, as well as triangular next to the inscriptions, have been used to decorate and emphasize the text
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Subject- oriented researches in Islamic architecture and urbanism, eg. Spatial-geometrical ideas, symbols and ornaments
Received: 2020/05/31 | Accepted: 2020/05/31 | Published: 2020/05/31

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