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Safieh Afrazeh , Dr. Mohammad Sheikh, Dr. Reza Rezaei


Taqiyya is a type of literary prose written by the authorities in writing under petitions and letters. These
submissions, which in fact expressed the opinion of the incumbent as a response to the request, were full of
literary arrays and based on brevity and brevity. The content style of a literary work expresses the technical
structure of that work as well as a proof of the genius and skill of the creator of that work. Although the
emergence and evolution of various types of taqiyya in the Islamic period and its prevalence dates back to
the Umayyad era, but its peak and authority is contemporary with the Abbasid era; Of course, examples of
Taksim related to the Sassanid period are also mentioned. In the Abbasid era, as the pioneer of Arabic
literature, attention was paid to Taqiyat, for which a special administrative court called the "Tawqiyat Court"
was established. The scribes, based on government positions, were prominent figures in society such as
caliphs, ministers, princes, and army commanders, and in most cases, they wrote the scribes of the caliph or
sultan. This study, by explaining the political conditions and the type of government relations, has studied
the technique of content in terms of content; It also seeks to answer the question of what style is used in the
content of the petitions. Since the captions were ultimately concise, it can be boldly said that the captions,
with their concise appearance and few phrases, had a deep and meaningful content. In this regard, an attempt
is made to critique the content style of the inscriptions in the two Umayyad and Abbasid eras by descriptiveanalytical methods. A quick look at the results obtained shows that most of the petitions are in the form of
orders or based on the framework of official and administrative letters, and that the petitions were internally
coherent in terms of content.

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