Dyeing has a long history in Iran. Before Islam, especially evidence such as the Greek historian Xenophon's reference to the Achaemenid carpet weaving workshop in Sardis around 5 BC and writings on the purple carpet on the tomb of Cyrus and the earliest Iranian knotwork ever The first example of Iranian carpeting and discovered by Professor Rodner in Mongolia in an area called Pazirik, the existence of carpet weaving art and subsequent dyeing industry since the beginning of ancient Iranian history has become a valuable and evolved art in the region. On the periphery of the Paziric rug, there are many horse-drawn carcasses, with green, blue, red, and yellow colors used in its texture. By examining the motifs as well as the texture of its patterns, it becomes clear that at least a thousand-year-old tradition is needed to form such sophisticated techniques.
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