عنوان مقاله [English]
Studying and analyzing the findings of ancient times, in addition to gaining historical insights about that period, can alter human readings of the dual relationship between man and the environment. The ancient area of Burnt City is one of the border civilizations of the Hirmand River Delta in present-day Sistan and Baluchistan province. The region has survived in four historical periods and is one of the most important civilization centers in the third millennium BC.
This article is divided into two sections, Introduction and Analysis of Architectural and Urban Data, and seeks to answer the question of what architectural considerations and interventions have the members of ancient civilizations had in their urban environment? In the data analysis section, the way the residents of the burnt towns are treated with the issue of housing, architecture and urban planning has been examined with regard to archaeological evidence. In this section, more than any other documentation, it relies on the published images of this ancient area captured by UNESCO during the World Census of the World, and the maps of the ancient city have become understandable 3D images. By adapting the main features of the Sistan climate to architectural and city findings from archaeological excavations, the author attempts to show the type of inhabitants of the burned city with the bed.