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something done

to change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document

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Also, it has been tried to investigate the role of effective tradition of endowment in architecture flourishing and Islamic art and following urbanization by mentioning their names according to historical documents as remained historical documents, deed of endowments as part of the documentation on the city of Yazd, historical manuscripts, tombstones and graves and or writings of historians and itinerary writers.
Using library and documentary resources and referring to artistic works such as architecture works and their inscriptions as well as deed of endowments and stone inscriptions was associated to research topic.
Full texts of these deed of endowments that include two mentioned books of endowment stones or stone inscriptions which is also mentioned in detail in numerous articles and books in the late Iraj Afshar, Fatemeh Danesh-Yazdi, and articles of doctor Mousavi.
Considering the deed of endowments and the kind of endowments and social, political and economic conditions of benefactors in eighth and ninth centuries AH in Yazd and attention to stability principles and the definitions given for sustainable development shows that undoubtedly, one of the major reasons for the development of sustainable architecture and urbanism in the mentioned centuries and periods in which the boom of architecture and urbanism in those periods is famous such as Ilkhani, Al Mozafar and Timurid of Yazd has been the admirable and continued tradition of endowment that was supported by local and other rulers and generals.