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heydari M. A Study on The Formation of the Role of the Angel (The Winged Man) in Pre - Islamic Visual Industries. JHM 2008; 0 (3) :17-24
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Abstract This article investigates the use of wing and angel in Pre - Islamic period artists. The investigated various visual model remaning of winged animals, espically winged man show that angel carnated is not exclusively winged man and is not just an Iranian symbol. In a way, wing in a Pre - Islamic period have often been the power and eazata sing and symbol. It is strongly gussed that the origin of the symbols of angel and wing have been belonged to Mesopotamaia. The wingins in the beginnig (i.e., the third millennium BC), based on the oldest model of Winged man has been belonged to the Ald Period. But the Three - winged man was the specific symbole of Achaemedis.
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Received: 1901/12/14 | Accepted: 1901/12/14 | Published: 2007/09/23

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