Technical and Comparative Study Monochrome Turquoise Nare Tile of the Ilkhanid and Safavid Eras (Case Study: Soltanieh Dome and Sheikh Safi Al-Din Ardabili's Shrine) - Journal of Research on Archaeometry

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Yousefnejad S. Technical and Comparative Study Monochrome Turquoise Nare Tile of the Ilkhanid and Safavid Eras (Case Study: Soltanieh Dome and Sheikh Safi Al-Din Ardabili's Shrine). JRA. 2020; 6 (2) :91-106
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Art University of Tehran , syousefnezhad@yahoo.com
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In the current study, the samples of Nare tile (glazed bricks) of the Sheikh Safi Al-Din Ardabili’s Shrine and Soltanieh Dome were studied to understand the techniques of the tiling decorations applied in the architecture of the dome in the Safavid and Ilkhanid eras, emphasizing two prominent buildings of these two historical periods. The transition chromophore elements of the glazes were determined using Inductively Coupled Plasma and constituent phases of the bodies by X-Ray Diffraction. According to the results, the nature of the glaze, its erosion, and chemical structure of the bodies of the studied samples was determined, and the possibility of the technical comparison of the samples of the two periods was provided in terms of the constituent compositions of the body and glaze and the rate of the erosion as well as the estimation of the  historical Nare tile firing temperature .
 
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Technical Note: Case study | Subject: Conservation Science
Received: 2020/09/2 | Accepted: 2021/01/19 | Published: 2020/12/24 | ePublished: 2020/12/24

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