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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
One of the most important specifications of Islamic art is the technical and visual similarities between the pottery of different parts of Islamic world especially pottery of Seljuk kind. This matter has been observed mostly in Iran, Syria, and Turkey geographical area. One of the cases that have been considered in Islamic art studies is the determining of sources of these similarities. The persent investigation, regarding to this matter and by purpose of analysis about the directions of transferring tradition in pottery at 6th and 7th century Hegira is going to evaluate the sources of designs on tiles of Kubad Abad Palace in Turkey as one of the examples of their similarities. This essay by using of library referenced and also descriptive-analysis method for data gathering, seeking to find an answer for this question that: If Iranian art has effected on Anatolia and Seljuks of Rum. If the answer is yes, what was the reason of these impacts and how did it take place? Research finding show that, Iran is the origin of the most of impacts and influences on designs of tiles at Kubad Abad Palace. Also, Egypt has dedicated a small share for itself. Some parts of these impacts have been imported indirectly by intermediating of Syria and some parts directly by commerce, immigration and wars into Anatolia. Of course, the domain of these similarities is beyond the pottery, and it has impressed the other artistic works. Also, architecture, literature and governorship method have been influenced by it, accordingly, we could deduce that Iran beyond the artistic impacts, is a wide sources of cultural, political and economical similarities in Anatolia at Seljuks of Rum period.