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Abstract


An Experiment of Symbolic Motifs in The Eastern Black Sea Region, The Symbolic Motifs in The Carpet and Flat Weaving
Weaving is one of the handicrafts that have emerged in line with the need with the beginning of human history and that continues to exist today, embodying a cultural accumulation with its motifs over time. Motif is a way of expressing pictures-writing based alphabets with symbols reflecting the societies' life cultures, feelings, thoughts and beliefs. While DNA carries the biological codes of the people, the motifs also contain the codes of the culture coming from the past and with this feature, it acts as a bridge between the past and the present. The motifs in the weavings are grouped by making different classifications. One of these groups is symbolic motifs. The subject of the study is the ewer, oil lamp and mihrab motif, which are among the symbolic motifs found in some weavings detected during the field studies in the Eastern Black Sea Region. These motifs are generally associated with beliefs and it is known that they are used with the same meanings in other religions as in Islam, as seen in scientific studies. The photographs of the textures determined within the scope of the study were taken, and the ewer, oil lamp and mihrab motif on it were examined and supported with visuals and drawings.

Keywords
Weaving, Symbolic motifs, Ewer, Oil lamp, Mihrab



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