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  • Les méthodes traditionnelles d'irrigation persanes (abyari en persan) ont joué un rôle important dans la civilisation et l'histoire perse du fait de l'aridité du territoire de l'Iran. En effet, seul le littoral de la mer Caspienne n'est pas classifié comme aride ou semi-aride et seuls le Khorasan, l'Azerbaïdjan et le Kurdistan pratiquent une agriculture non irriguée. L'irrigation a donc toujours joué un rôle important non seulement pour développer les productions agricoles, mais aussi, pour faciliter l'installation de foyers de populations plus vastes.
  • Most rivers in Iran are seasonal and have traditionally not been able to supply the needs of urban settlements. Major rivers like the Arvand, Aras, Zayandeh, Sefid and Atrak were few and far between in the vast lands of Persian antiquity. With the growth of urban settlements during the ages, locally dug deep wells (up to 100 meters deep) could no longer keep up with the demand, leading to the systematic digging of a specialized network of canals known as Qanat.
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  • Ābyāri
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  • B. Spooner
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  • Les méthodes traditionnelles d'irrigation persanes (abyari en persan) ont joué un rôle important dans la civilisation et l'histoire perse du fait de l'aridité du territoire de l'Iran. En effet, seul le littoral de la mer Caspienne n'est pas classifié comme aride ou semi-aride et seuls le Khorasan, l'Azerbaïdjan et le Kurdistan pratiquent une agriculture non irriguée.
  • Most rivers in Iran are seasonal and have traditionally not been able to supply the needs of urban settlements. Major rivers like the Arvand, Aras, Zayandeh, Sefid and Atrak were few and far between in the vast lands of Persian antiquity. With the growth of urban settlements during the ages, locally dug deep wells (up to 100 meters deep) could no longer keep up with the demand, leading to the systematic digging of a specialized network of canals known as Qanat.
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  • Méthodes d'irrigation traditionnelles en Iran
  • Traditional water sources of Persian antiquity
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