Perisarc carpet is the oldest carpet in the world, which was discovered, by Russian professor and archaeologist Rudenko, in Perisarc region at Siberia.
" Over All Size: 2*1.83sm
" Thickness: 2mm
" No. of knots : 3600 knots in one square decimeter
" Dyestuffs: copper, bright green and yellow
The design is the combination of Assarian, Achaemenian and Scythian style.
The design of the background consists of four - sided of Assarian flowers which followed by a Margin consisting a row of Iranian horse riders.
The way of horse riders designing with their special caps indicates the innovativeness of the design and it has something in common with the usual designing in Persepolis and Achaemenian period.
At the upper side of the carpet, there are some Mythical Winged Animals. This carpet wove at 5th century B.C. and now is keeping up at Armitage Museum at Saint Petersburg