• Ph.D. (1998)


    , Paris, France

  • M.Sc. (1981)


    , Toulouse, France

  • B.Sc. (1981)

    , Turkey, Turkey

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    Curriculum Vitae (CV)

    Study and Estimation of Population Fluctuations of Bronze Age Settlements of Varzaqan Based on Ethno-archaeological Studies

    Hossein Naseri Someeh, Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Sahar Bakhtiari
    Journal PaperJournal of Population Association of Iran , 2021 January 25, {Pages }


    The present study was conducted on the town of Varzeqan, which has significant capacities in terms of ethno-archaeological and ethnographic research. For this purpose, the town of Varzeqan was studied from the perspective of ethno-archaeology and the effect of environmental factors. Therefore, from among the villages of this region, 29 villages, with settlements from the Bronze Age, were selected to estimate the population. The present study, using a descriptive-analytical method and s an ethno-archaeological approach, attempts to establish a connection between the population attraction models of today's settlements of Varzeqan and the early Bronze Age settlements to estimate the population. That is, by conducting field studies, estimating

    Settlement patterns of the Bronze age sites of the Upper and Middle Atrak basin in the Northeast of Iran

    A Hejebri Nobari, R Biscione, N Judy
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    Iconography of animal motifs in seals of magi in Sasanian period

    M Shahsavari, SM Mosavi Kohpar, J Neyestani, A Hejebri Nobari
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    Explaining of the concepts and social symbols (social structure) of the Iron Age societies; Case study: Tabriz Blue Mosque cemetery

    AR Hejebri Nobari, H Naseri Someeh, F Mokhtaripour, B Mehdizadeh
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    A study of the Views of Sunni Theological Commentators on the Reflection of the Group of Infallibles in the Human Divisions of the Qur'an on the Basis of Surah Al-Waqi'ah

    A NOBARI, NM Reihani
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }


    Introduction and Analysis of Luristan Bronze Pins in the National Museum of Iran

    Mousa Sabzi, Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Esmail Hemati Azandaryani
    Journal Paper , 2020 January , {Pages 85-93 }


    Luristan Bronze pins are among the various species and at the same time very interesting type of metal objects which have been used since the first and second millennium B.C. Similar examples of these pins have been discovered in different layers and found in numerous sites in various regions of Iran and even other neighboring areas. These pins are of different verities and applications; they have been made by different methods and styles and have very diverse designs. Various kinds of metals like iron, silver, and alloys such as Bronze and sometimes as a combination of different metals (mixture of iron and bronze) have been used in making them. Considering the available sample in Iran national museum, in the present study, it is tried to

    The Inner City Seljuk Fortifications of Rey: Case Study of Rashkān Fortress, Gabri and Kāsni Castles

    Mohsen Saadati, Javad Neyestani, Alireza Hejebri Nobari
    Journal PaperThe International Journal of Humanities , Volume 27 , Issue 3, 2020 June 10, {Pages 19-Jan }


    Defensive fortifications in different regions of Iran have been an effective factor in the survival of residential centers and commercial routes. An investigation on defensive structures will provide useful information on this kind of architecture. The study of remains of castles in the Rey region has provided an important context for archaeological research. In the present study, the Seljuk fortifications (Rashkān fortress, Gabri and Kāsni Castles) are introduced and recognized as inner city castles. It aims at identifying and studying the Seljuk fortifications of Rey, identifying the function of inner city fortifications, and comparing them with other samples in neighboring regions in terms of characteristics. The data were gathered thr

    Archaeological analysis and investigations on Shaharyeri in Ardabil province

    Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Hamid Khanali, Anil Yilmaz, Seyed Mehdi Mosavi Kohpar
    Journal PaperJournal of Archaeological Studies , Volume 12 , Issue 2, 2020 August 22, {Pages 267-283 }


    The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age I represent significant alterations in material and non-material culture of people living in the Iranian plateau. The knowledge and taking advantage of iron were as a tremendous discovery in this period that has overshadowed all aspects of human life those days. The societies, by passing the Iron Age and having potential for globalization, have paved the way for establishing the vast empires. Therefore, this period can be called the period of the protohistory of Iran. One of the most significant and important sites indicating these developments in northwestern Iran is the Shaharyeri archeological site in Meshkinshahr, Ardabil province. This site was discovered following surveys of Charles Burney in 1978 in n

    Identification and Ranking of Green investment Factors

    Jaber Jabbari Piryousefian, Alireza Nobari
    Journal PaperJournal of Investment Knowledge , Volume 9 , Issue 34, 2020 August 22, {Pages 71-107 }


    Today, companies in the competitive market are required to produce products that respect environmental factors. And they must comply with the relevant standards (such as ISO14001). The purpose of this study was to identify and rank the green and green production factors through the AHP hierarchical process analysis method. The sampling method was purposeful and carried out in 2017. The research is a descriptive and applied research. With the comprehensive study of research background and deep interview with experts, seven major criteria of pure-green production have been identified and prioritized. Human capital management in the production process with the weight of 0.310 is the most important factor. The results also show that the three f

    Study and Analysis of the Settlement Pattern of Parthian Period in La’lvar River’s Watershed, Markazi Province

    Seyyedeh Leila Banijamali, Alireza hejebri Nobari, Seyyd Mehdi Mousavi Kohpar, Seyyd Rasoul Mousavi Haji, Javad Alaei Moghadam
    Journal Paperpazhoheshha-ye Bastan shenasi Iran , Volume 10 , Issue 25, 2020 August 22, {Pages 113-136 }


    La’lvar region of Markazi province, a part of the catchment basin of the great Qomrood River, is referred to a section that differs from the main bed of Qomrood in terms of topographical structure of the geographical environment and includes an inter-mountain plain and the high unevenness around it. This region has always been welcomed by humans due to its favorable environmental conditions, and hence settlement evidence of different periods can be observed in it. According to archaeological surveys conducted in La’lvar region during two periods in 2008 and 2014, one hundred and eighty-five archaeological sites from the fifth millennium BC to the contemporary era were identified. One of the most important settlement periods of this regi

    Study and Analysis of the Settlement Pattern in the Catchment Area of Lalbar River during the Parthian Periods

    L Bani Jamali, AR Hojabri Nobari, SM Mousavi Kohpar, SR Mosavi Haji, ...
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    The Semiotics of Central Zagros Iron Age Pins Head

    MH Salek Akbari, A Hojabri Nobari, R Afhami
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    Analysis of the Societies of Western Iran during Iron Ages by reexamining its Chronology and Related Theories

    Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Zahra Kouzehgari, Seyed Mehdi Mousavi Kouhpar, Kamaleddin Niknami, Mahsa Veisi
    Journal PaperJournal of Historical Sociology , Volume 11 , Issue 1, 2019 October 10, {Pages 201-234 }


    Iron Age is one of the key and important periods of the humankind evolutionary process in the world. This period is representative of crucial changes of human life. New citied were erected and urbanization took on a new dimension by large numbers of urban dwellings. Social hierarchies were stabilized and new cultural traditions in human societies emerged by technological, industrial, literature and ideology. But the case in Iranian Plateau is not the same. No region in the Iranian Plateau had experienced an integrated power and literature except the Elamites, unlike neighboring regions such as Mesopotamia and Anatoly. While despite all these lacking and differences the region can’t be disregarded in figuring out the general overview of th

    Determining the role of organizational spirituality based on the Islamic values in enhancing organizational citizenship behavior in medical devises industry using DEMATEL

    Journal Paper , Volume 8 , Issue 3200714, 2019 January 1, {Pages 83-102 }


    One of the consequences for organizational spirituality based on the Islamic values is organizational citizenship behavior which is doing those actions that are more than routine tasks but are useful for others and the organization without any expectation. The aim of this study is to explore the interrelationships among organizational spirituality criteria based on Islamic values and organizational citizenship behavior in medical devises industry using DEMATEL technique. For this purpose, in the first step, 11 criteria were identified including 4 criteria for organizational spirituality and 7 criteria for organizational citizenship behavior. DEMATEL technique was applied based on the opinions of the 22 experts. Results advocated the importa

    An Epistemological Study of the Verse Tathir

    Alireza Nobari
    Journal PaperJournal of The Holy Quran And Islamic Texts , Volume 10 , Issue 40, 2019 December 10, {Pages 35-46 }


    The verse Tathir is regarded as one of the central verses in proving the infallibility of the Prophet and his future generations properties that have long been debated among the Fariqain commentators. The Sunni commentators, without any reasonable proof and only based on the context and etymology of the word al-bait, the house, have viewed all members of Quraysh in the Prophet's House, and in some cases, the Bani Hashim as included in His household. The present study examines the content of the holy verse and the disambiguation of its parts by other relative verses and relying on the explicit context and existing proofs, criticizing the scholars and proving the inconsistency of their interpretations with other Qur'anic verses, has proved th

    The Technology of Metal Objects in the North and Northwest of Iran during the Iron Age based on Metallographic Experiments

    Atefeh Rasouli, Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Haideh Khamseh
    Journal PaperJournal of Research on Archaeometry , Volume 5 , Issue 2, 2019 December 10, {Pages Oct-00 }


    In exploring the archaeology of the Iron Age in North and Northwest of Iran, the study of metallic materials is particular importance due to their technical values. Because the Base of the Iron Age chronology is northwest region in Iranian plateau, especially the Hasanlu Site. in fact, during this period the metallurgical Techniques extends to another region of Iranian plateau. In this research, we studied the methods of making metal objects of Iron Age in north and northwest of Iran. the metallurgy of these two regions was compared in terms of Technical and making methods. Also, the methods of making in the Iron Age sites of Northwest of Iran were compared with the North sites of Iran, especially Mazandaran. Therefore the Metalography test

    The Iron Age Pottery in the Middle Atrak Basin, North of Iranian Khorasan

    Mohsen Dana, Alireza Hejebri Nobari
    Journal Paperpazhoheshha-ye Bastan shenasi Iran , 2019 November 16, {Pages }


    Since fundamental social, economic and political changes have been occurred in the Bronze Age, the study of such changes and the growth of social complexity are important issues among archaeologists. Archaeological projects have yielded significant information about the small and large urban settlements and cities in Mesopotamia, Indus valley, south Turkmenistan and Iranian plateau in the Bronze Age. Which also takes into account the broad and dynamic trans-regional economic interactions and trades within these regions. These exchanges are extended from the cultures of Mohenjo-Daro in Sindh to the great cities of the Mesopotamia. The vast territory of Khorasan (regardless of the current political divisions), which accounts for about one fif

    Study on Geographical Distribution of Neolithic Seated Figurines of Near East

    Marziyeh Zarekhalili, Hamed Vahdati Nasab, Alireza Hejebri Nobari, Barbara Helwing
    Journal Paperpazhoheshha-ye Bastan shenasi Iran , Volume 9 , Issue 21, 2019 August 23, {Pages 22-Jul }


    In the Neolithic period, the production of clay figurines in animal and human shapes became common in Fertile Crescent and soon became prevalent in most sites of the Near East. The abundance of the figurines in many Neolithic sites shows its importance by the mentioned societies. Although there is a considerable variety in the forms of the Neolithic human figurines, some striking similarities are distinguishable. One of the common form is the form of seated figurines which has been common in many Neolithic sites. It was only from the early Neolithic period when this style got common while in prior period, Upper Paleolithic, this style was not considered. The result shows that the seated figurines from Neolithic to early Chalcolithic period

    The Study of Symmetrical Motifs and Patterns in the Hittite Bas-Reliefs

    Nushin Kabutary, Alireza Hejebri Nobari
    Journal PaperJournal of Archaeological Studies , Volume 11 , Issue 2, 2019 September 23, {Pages 227-244 }


    Symmetry is an analytical tool, used in recognition of intercultural relations as well as artistic objects comparison. It was first appeared in archaeological research since 1900’s by studying the patterns that were depicted on the potteries. Various cultures (different historical periods) have various symmetry tastes. Some kinds of cultural changes are reflected in changes in symmetry preferences and/or in the presence of a new type of symmetrical pattern. The purpose of this research is to study the transformation or continuity of culture in historical periods of Hittite civilization based on the symmetrical pattern. The present research, based on the study of the written sources and the study of sculpture and bas-reliefs of the Hittite

    Environmental concerns and green human resource management: A meta-synthesis

    Ali Reza Nobari, Seyed-Reza Seyedjavadin, Taher Roshandel Arbatani, Fereydoon Rahnamay Roodposhti
    Journal PaperPlant Physiology , Volume 8 , Issue 4, 2018 August 1, {Pages 2573-2576 }


    The concept of green human resource management is presented as a new perspective in environment protection which incorporates environmental management into human resource management. This qualitative study aimed at examining the factors that lead employees to achieve environmental performance in organizations through human resource management. First, a systematic meta-synthesis study was performed to review the literature during 2010-2015, and the desired codes were identified. Then, data were summarized and new components were presented by a focus group composed of informed experts. The amount of support factors identified in the previous studies was assessed and ranked using the Shannon entropy. Results indicate that among the 12 identifi

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