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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Seymareh was one of the most important cities in Southwest of Iran by the Early Islamic period which destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 4th Hijri (11th A.D) and then been disappeared from texts. Because of its especial geographical situation, it has always been involved in the Irano-Mesopotamia interactions. Based on the cultural material were discovered from the archeological investigations, it seems that would be possible to try reconstructing the given interaction. In this paper we studied the decoration motives of the Non-glazed potteries of Early Islamic Seymareh, clarifying their cultural interaction with adjacent Islamic cities. Aiming to do that, we studied each decoration by determining the cultural origin and continuity from its birth up to the Early Islamic period. Thus the direction of cultural interactions in the region and the relations between the decoration motives and use of pottery can be clarified. The study on the decoration of Early Islamic non-glaze pottery of Seymareh indicates that the long term cultural continuity has originated from prehistoric times to the Islamic period. The most cultural processes are as follow: The 4th millennium as Irano-Mesopotamia trade had expanded in Uruk period; The 3rd Millennium and the Early Islamic Period when Seymareh has started the extensive cultural interaction with other contemporary Islamic cities.