عنوان مقاله [English]
Studying in ontology reveals well that numbers are used to explain and count phenomena and present the intensity, tenuity and hyperbolic features of narrations in epic inscriptions, moreover, in many cases they have been symbolic and esoteric and as a tool, they've been representative of common concepts and meanings in the mind of man. Beside the other artistic symbols and forms like: poetry, music, miniature, drama and …, numbers as a category of symbols, have inducted these mythical meanings and belifs. This function of numbers has been striking and notable in the formation of Iranian epic inscriptions. According to mythical rendition of Garshasbnameh from Asady Toosy, much of these numbers are symbolic and mysterious in this epic- mythologic epopee. The current study, is done using library study, relies on documents and evidences from Garshasbnameh context, and shows that "one", "two", "three", "four", "five", "six" and "seven", have implanted much science and coded meanings in themselves in a symbolic style; this meanings and concepts represents belife and credence of ancient people and have performed basic role in their fate.