For "spiked fiddle", see Category:Kamancheh.
Historically, Rebab-style Kemençe was known in Persia in 13th century (Meragi, c.1400),
and the related instrument in Azerbaijan, Kamancheh, have still kept the similar shape with Rebab.
See Category:Rebab and Category:Kamancheh.
- Seyma Ersoy. Geleneksel İran Müzik Tarihine Genel Bakış (in Turkey).
(In English: "Kemançe (Kemançe) ... The name of the instrument varies from region to region. Kamange, Saz-e Kashmir, Caze, and Gicak. This change is seen in connection with the shape. Different versions of the Azerbaijan, Israel, Turkey and the Middle East is seen. ... Rebab: ... This instrument is known to the Arabs and Iranians. Iranians used to play plectrum or manually. According to the Persia literature at the Mevlana Rumi (d.1273) era, Rebab-style Kemençe is still seen as an instrument of a century later (Meragi, c.1400) began to be called kut.")
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.