عنوان مقاله [English]
Religious tales and stories are good issues to create artistic works and Iran is the old and suitable country where various people live in with different religions and cults. Islam is the official religion in Iran, Jews followers like other religious minorities live and work in Iran since the ancient era. The Persian rug which has a date as long as history, supplies an excellent situation to record religious beliefs. Solomon king and Queen of Sheba´s rug is one sample of this type rug Which shows Jews beliefs and cults. They are integrated with Iranian culture and created the context of such artistic works. This paper is written by Intertextuality theory and used library method and qualitive research. It has studied the components and concepts of the carpet patterns, it tries to read direct and indirect relations with Jews culture and rituals compare with the verses of Quran the story of Solomon king and Sheba Queen and famous Solomon throne, stories about Jewish prophets such as Abraham prophet, Moses prophet and sons of Jacob. It seeks to find answers how the influence of religious beliefs and customs and how to form realistic and abstractive patterns and designs in conveying their implications and their social statues. The results of this study show woven motifs on the carpets which are related to Judaism, this can be seen as the images of the Queen of Sheba and the Solomon king, The twelve children of Jacob and imaginations of the story of The Prophet Abraham. We also studied the motifs in holy book, which is called Quran, and the beliefs of Muslims.