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Dinarvand D, Mehranpoor H. The language trading: How to creat writing and inscriptions. Cult Herit Rec Stud. 2017; 2 (1) :23-34
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1- M.A. in Archaeology, Shush Cultural Heritage Research Base , Yousef.dinarvand@yahoo.com
2- Shiraz University
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Undoubtedly, one of the most important reasons for the creation of a writing, it was sloving the problems of the trading. Ancient layers of the fourth millennium B.C in Susa good way for the formative and the development of trade, it has in itself from objects that known counting until introduction of scroll and inscription, and show that how to creat writing and inscriptions the language trading and development of it.Since from new reaserch in the Acropol mound that lead by Allen Lobren (1969), this provides the possibility for reaserchers to pursue the evolution and development from numerical signs method to obtain evolution writing style name at proto- Elamite from coherent stratigraphic. The process that looks to start from 18 layer of Acropol and leading to creation of first scrolls namely tablets of Proto- Elamite in the 16 layer. This paper trying to illustrate this process and step by step movement on the way of catching up to writing, have studied layers and ancient materials related, and explain taken developments in each section. in the end, shows that how at this point of time, in this section of Iran formed one of the first trading systems and development of it to the writing of ancient world, same time but completely different from samples of Mesopotamian.
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Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Iran Heritage
Received: 2016/07/5 | Accepted: 2017/04/8 | Published: 2017/04/19

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