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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Studying and exploration of the findings of ancient era, provides historical insights about that era, and alters the human readings of bilateral relationship between man and life environment. The ancient area of Burnt City (Shahre-Shokhteh) is one of the border civilizations of the Hirmand River Delta in present-day in Sistan and Baluchistan province. This region has continued its life in 4 historical eras and is considered to be one of the key civilization centers in the third millennium BC. This article was divided into two sections, including introduction and analysis of both architectural and urban data which sought to answer the question of what architectural considerations and interventions have the members of ancient civilizations had
in their urban environment of the Burnt city as a case study.
In the part of data analysis, the way that the residents of the Burnt City had dealt with the problem of residence, architecture and urbanism has been studied with regard to the archaeological documents and evidence. More than any other documentations, this part relies on the published images of this ancient area recorded by UNESCO during the world registration of the Burnt City and then the maps of the ancient city have converted to the applicable 3D images. In this section, having adapted the main features of Sistan’s region to the architectural and urban findings arisen from the archaeological excavations, it was attempted to illustrate the type of encounteing of the inhabitants of Burnt City with the context.