Архетипическое и культурный трансфер в процессах формирования художественных образов в культурах Ирана и Эгеиды во II-I тыс. до н.э.
The article discusses the possible reasons for the appearance/existence of close images in different cultures for a long time. Analysis of images Rankenfrau, Πόθνια θηρών and Luristan Master/Mistress-of-Animals resulted in the conclusion that the presence of similar iconographic schemes. In the II Millennium BC monuments from the Aegean World presented a variety of visual options, which could later be used in the artistic cultures of Iran and the Aegean World of the I-th Millennium BC. As a hypothesis, the conclusion is formulated that the proximity of images can be justified both by the existence of archetypal representations, and be the result of cultural transfer.