عنوان مقاله [English]
Barzok is one of the mountainous cities in Kashan region with mild climate, suitable rainfall, springs, aqueducts, numerous farms. Thus gardening and agriculture are flourishing there. On the top of one of the aqueducts of this city, called Lavalun, there is a stone slab on which there is an inscription. This article, while referring to Barzok farms and Lavalun farm, elaborates on the coordinates and quality of the stone slab with the carved inscription, the text of the inscription, and the social and religious status of the founder of the aqueduct. In this thirteen-line inscription, the order to dig an aqueduct, called Qasemabad, is mentioned by Abolghasem Zaid Naraghi, one of the religious leaders of the region. This inscription includes the order of digging the aqueduct, the name and titles of the founder, good prayers to him, and the date of digging the aqueduct. The inscription of Lavalun aqueduct was written during the reign of Ghazan Khan in 695 AH. This inscription along with two others, belonging to 705 and referring to the construction of two mosques in Barzok, shows the social and cultural changes of Ghazani period and Barzok prosperity in the patriarchal period. Another important point is that many parts of this inscription have been destroyed or are on verge of destruction without any technical protection while it has not yet been registered.