• Reza Yousefvand



Abstract. One of the topics that have been used in Iranian studies and cultural Anthropology is local
Chronology. In this connection laki Chronology is disputable. tribes calendar, and various geographical regions, in order that, this matter hasn’t been addressed as proper as it should be in respect to scientific view at some vast territories and data and information had been rare regarding to this and most of the subjects is being transferred orally among generations. One of the tribes, which is rich in respect to its manner and olden elements, is Laki tribe. Laks are independent group from Aryan race that are inhabitant through Lorestan, Kermanshah, Ilam, and Hamedanan sporadically through different regions in Iran and also at Karkock, Khaneghin, and some other parts of Iraq. Chronology is based on the way of time evaluation, dates counting, weeks, months, or particular Chronometry expressions that is
based on culture and civilization of this tribe, which has inseparable link with Iranian culture, and it went to show far reaching history of Iran and march of the events, in order that, the scope of cultural richness hasn’t fallen victim to decadence and transformation. The aim of this this paper is to investigate the Lack review of literature based on identifying Chronometry structure of this tribe and its characteristics. The main subject of this paper is that what aspects of Laki peoples’ life lead to the fundamentals underpinning forming of Chronology? Achievement of this research indicates that this Chronology structure and fundamentals underpinning forming of Chronometry is based on this tribe lifestyle and a close connection is seen among them. Range of study is the geographic area of three city dwellers Lak in Lorestan province, the Noorabad, Alashtar and koohdasht.
Key word: Laki language, Lakiethnic, social life, Chronology, Astronomy,Nowruz, Iranian calendar.


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