Petroglyphs of Damsiah Village

Markazi province, Khomein county (Kamareh region), Japleg region, Damsiah village
About: Petroglyphs of Damsiah Village

Petroglyphs of the ancient village of Damsiah (Known as Domsiah in google map) are forgotten ancient relics that have backgrounds older than seven thousand years. These petroglyphs are among the ancient relics of ancient Iran in Markazi province which were registered in 2006 in the list of national relics, however, they are still ignored. You can visit these petroglyphs by travelling to Khomeyn town.

General Specifications
Petroglyphs of Damsiah Village
The word "dam"means "near" and the word "mor" means hill in ancient Lurii
7000 years
Special features
7000 year old petroglyphs
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Access route
Markazi province, Khomein county (Kamareh region), Japleg region, Damsiah village
Access to public transportation
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Petroglyphs of Damsiah Village

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Dr Mohammad Naserifard
2019-12-24 21:55
Dr Mohammad Naserifard
2019-12-24 21:47
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In terms of scientific archaeological aspects as well as art history, Rock Arts are the most ancient and artistic phenomena left by mankind, in which lies a lot of mysteries. These are of the best open windows facing the distant millennia and therefore through them, various perspectives from the lives in ancient times can be observed.
Regarding to the context of the coded letters or shapes, alphabet, lines, messaging, languages, history, myths, art and culture, this would seem that all of them were derived from rock arts and so they are more able to be one of the best tools to pre-historic decoding that involved in interdisciplinary studies.
In a sense, Rock Art-Petroglyphs and Pictographs may be expressed as the first-hand documents in order to familiarize researchers with "translating" cultures from different climates and times. Speaking by the help of images and signs that were often the same for all the nations lived at various places and times; Indeed "an international common language".
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