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The influence of the ministers of the Abbasids ministers on the development and flourishing of the art of calligraphy
Zivar Ahmadzadeh Miss, Tahereh Azimzadeh Dr , Ardeshir Asadbeigi Dr
Associate Professor, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad Branch, Iran.
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With the establishment of the Abbasid caliphate and their political stability, the Abbasid caliphs made a great effort for encouraging the artists and the spreading of art in various fields. The Abbasid ministers, who were skilled calligraphers, paved the way for the organization of administrative writing lines in the Dar al-Khalafah, and in the shadow of their attention and the reduction of the economic concerns of the artists, prominent calligraphers emerged in this era. This study aims to investigate the influence of the ministers of the Abbasid court in the development of calligraphy from the rise of the Safachr('39')ah caliphate to the end of Al-Radhi caliphate (1329-329 AH) by reviewing the historical texts. The obtained results indicated that the ministers of this era were often appointed from among the court scribes and by having political power and economic support for calligraphers and their training, they provided the grounds for the creation of delicate and original lines in the third and fourth centuries AH. The research method is a descriptive-analytic study organized based on historical texts.
Keywords: Calligraphy, Abbasids, Abbasid ministers, Barmakids, Ibn Muqla.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/04/13 | Accepted: 2020/08/23 | Published: 2020/10/1
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Ahmadzadeh Z, Azimzadeh T, Asadbeigi A. The influence of the ministers of the Abbasids ministers on the development and flourishing of the art of calligraphy. 3. 2020; 12 (46)
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