From time immemorial, has been one of the cola’s nomadic homes. Some of the travelers and foreign agents have talked about this kind of nomadic housing, including Edmonds, who visited Lorestan during the years 1919-1919. “They described the cola as” about 30 feet in 10 feet (the unit of measurement measured with legs), and the trunk, and the horns and branches of the trees, and they covered it with this ladder frame. The canopy floor of “Puneh and the Case” A kind of herbs made of aromatic plants), which has a pleasant smell and yet a few widespread rugs.
The term “Edmonds” suggests that the cola described by them is of a kind that has been prepared by readers for official guests. But the interesting point is the use of two-pound “Puneh and Case” as a carpet. Obviously, the use of Puneh and the case for the first time have not been. In other words, for sure, years before the Edmunds visited, the use of Puneh and its items and its usual has been commonplace. However, although the villagers in the province also use cola in warm seasons. But in this essay, in accordance with the subject matter of the study, it will inevitably be addressed only to the nomadic cola.
The main body of the cola consists of wooden pillars and beams, covering the foliage of the oak trees, the plant’s shoots, and others. Also, the main wood is different. Oak, willow and other trees due to the variety of wood and wood, and the type of coating of the cola; on the other hand, the resources and resources available in the region, and on the other hand, all nomadic construction and products are based on available resources and technology. Usually, after selecting the right place for the livestock and the family members, they will prepare the necessary supplies and place the cola on a temporary livestock.
Cole or Pillar, Head Gaz or Gallum, Moon Cole, Welch and Wash
Another is the nomadic “Kapar”. It is often used in tropical rainforest. Usually, the floor is used. Usually the rectangular floor is round, with a stone wall above a meter high. In the middle of the bowl, in the direction of the length of the rectangle, two or three “Kool” means “wooden plinth” with an equal spacing of about 2 on the ground. A long beard called Sar kool or Tir Hamal between the branches of the cole. Then, from each side of the head of the cole, spaced equal to a few tall trees diagonally to one side to reach the ground. These wood are called “Jalaqa” or “Dama”. This way, the main toolbox is prepared. Then it turns to cover on the top. This cover is formed in the Lori Terpe (Terpa) dialect of the stems of Gabbro straw and the long timber that is placed at equal intervals to strengthen the stems and straws in its width. Provide terpene on the ground and need to install it on the countertop with a total of 10 people or more needed.
On the other hand, the calf is pulled up slowly on the tops. To reach the bay It will continue to reach the Terps on the other side to about half a meter. Slide the trap from the long side of the wicker with “Tarkehay viem” or “Almond Almond” to the pads. This way, the copper is prepared. In order to cover the entrance, if the catcher is specially kept for livestock, only Derrk (Khar) is used. This blocks the block with the mass in the entrance door and, when necessary, removes it, because these thorns are usually coarse and ineligible for livestock, so they use them. If the pot is home to the household, then to cover its entrance door, the “Takela” is in the form of a triangle and from the high-stems of the oak leaves, “Paru pich” meaning “stems” Dried grass “is woven, then it is installed on the entrance door of the piper.
Preparation steps Caper
Terpa, Gaberny, long timber in transverse direction, Jalaqa, entrance door, Kool, Sar kool.
Source: Spiritual Heritage Record / Apprenticeship Unit / Zienab Hajari