عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent years, in various surveys carried out in the Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari area and in parts such as Farsan, Ardal and Miankoh, a large number of Chalcolithic settlements have been found; From the surface of these settlements, some potteries are obtained which earlier studies of them suggests the close relation between the ceramics of the region under study with Chalcolithic material in Fars (Bakun A and B), Khuzestan (Middle and Late Susiana) and some extent from the central and western Iranian plateau. Therefore, it seemed necessary to use laboratory methods , To begin with the technique of construction and some technical features of these types of pottery and It is also possible to determine whether these pottery, in addition to its apparent similarities, such as color, motif and form, are structurally and technically similar to simultaneous samples of adjacent areas. Because the extent of the influences of the peoples of the high Zagros from the neighboring areas on this important issue can help us to understand the social, cultural, and economic connections(Interactions) of the inhabitants of the area during the Chalcolithic Age. For this reason, a combination of field, library, and laboratory methods were employed to achieve these goals and A total of 32 pottery samples collected from the pre-historic sites of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Khuzestan and Fars were analyzed using petrographic studies. Finally, by examining the technical and mineralogical characteristics of these samples, it was found that the Middle Chalcolithic Pottery of High Zagros was handmade and fired at sufficient temperatures, And minerals have been used as their temper. In addition to the ceramics of this period, as in appearance, in technical and technical features, they were very similar to those of Fars and Khuzestan and In fact, these specimens were made with the influence of Bakun pottery and Middle and Late Susiana.