Persian Domes 3© 2009 Dissertation-Service.co.uk This paper focuses on the differences of the domes constructed in Persia, particularlytheir architectural aspects. The paper will provide a deeper analysis of two specific domesthat were famous both in Persia and also worldwide. Thus, the following were the objectivesof the study:1.
Provide an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of the differences betweenPersian domes while taking into account the history of the architectural style used.2.
Compare two specific Persian domes and delve into the weaknesses and strengths of these famous domes.3.
Give a conclusion while integrating the knowledge gained from the literature andrelating it to personal experiences and thoughts.These objectives were the guiding element of the study and the researcher hopes tostick to it.
Scope and Limitation
The study will be tackling the history of the Persian architecture and the origin of dome-building. Then, comparisons will be made between the two specific dome mentionedearlier. The data will be gathered from the existing literature, and therefore the comparisonsthat will be made will be based on it also. The study is limited to the two specific domes thatwere mentioned and the form of data will depend solely on the existing literature.
Literature ReviewPersian Architecture
According to Mehraby (n.d.), the farming hamlets, which dated from about 8000-6000B.C., are referred to as the origin or predecessors of Persian architecture. Bricks and mud