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  • CSEN Index
    the Ilek Excavations at Pokrovka 1990 1992 The Silk Road and the Cities of the Golden SUMMER 2016 PROGRAMS During summer 2016 the Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads is offering three educational field programs in Mongolia These include an archaeological field school with academic instruction and lectures a special cultural program that encompases Mongolian art and history with an admixture of photography and outdoor activities and lastly an adventuresome exploration into the Mongolian way of life Central Mongolian Nomads Project 2016 June 21 July 7 2016 Visual Cultures of Mongolia August 8 20 2016 Nomadic Life in Mongolia July 17 29 2016 Information forthcoming CSEN Awards for Excellence Magellan awarded the CSEN Website their Three Star Award for excellence in June 1996 Britannica com editors selected the CSEN site as one of the best on the Internet when reviewed for quality accuracy of content presentation and usability in January 2000 Available at Zinat Press Women Warriors An Archaeologist s Search for History s Hidden Heroines Tiime Warner Books Articles Village Life to Nomadism An Indo Iranian Model in the Tien Shan Mountain Xingjiang China Archives Grants Scholarships Mongolia Fellowship Programs Support for undergraduate graduate and post doctoral scholars

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  • More About the Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads
    excavations publishes research in the form of articles and books and invites international scholars to present lectures and meet with colleagues in the U S Between 1988 1991 CSEN sponsored and led ethnographic research and archaeological excavations in conjunction with the Institute of History Ethnography and Archaeology Kazak Academy of Sciences Almaty Kazakstan Early Iron Age kurgans belonging to the Saka and WuSun were excavated at Issyk and flat cemeteries dating to Silk Road villages ca A D 300 400 were excavated in the Djambul region of southern Kazakstan CSEN volunteers and staff participated in the Silk Road Dialogue sponsored by UNESCO Between1992 1995 CSEN sponsored archaeological excavations at Pokrovka in the southern Ural mountains in collaboration with the Russian Institute of Archaeology in Moscow In 1995 the Pokrovka excavations were featured in a documentary Russian Amazons on The Learning Channel Interpretation of this material has been published in English in Western European and Japanese journals and popular magazines The Pokrovka excavations wee published in Russian and English In 1996 ethnography research involved Kazak nomads living in Bayan Ulgii aimag the most westerly part Altai Mountains in Mongolia There we recorded the daily way of life and personal histories of

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  • Golden Horde Alexander Nymark tr Jeannine Davis Kimball ed Zinat Press Berkeley CA USA Zinat Press is currently preparing for publicaion a manuscript by the Mongolian artist and ethnographer Byambadorj This book will feature 110 pen ink watercolor and colored pencil drawings by the artist In addition text will provide fascinating information about the gers costumes guns libators and a variety of other accoutrments that are part of the Mongolian

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  • American-Eurasian Research Institute
    and Archaeology Almaty Kazakhstan the Institute of Archaeology Chisinau Moldova formerly Moldavia SSR and Institute of History Department of Archaeology Ulanbaatar Mongolia These projects are sponsored by AERI subsidiary Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads CSEN CSEN also sponsors a scholarship program for students interested in Eurasian archaeology Zinat Press also a subidiary of AERI publishes and distributes scholarly books on Eurasian archaeology and the Silk Road The Center

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  • Archaeology Table of Contents
    Sarmatian Women by Jeannine Davis Kimball Hearth Women Women Warriors Priestesses and Warrior Priestesses OTHER EXCAVATIONS 1992 1997 Excavations at Pokrovka 1997 Excavations at Tartaruca Noua Moldova More aboutTartaruca Noua FIELDWORK REPORTS See Archives for Fieldwork Reports LECTURE ABSTRACTS Three lectures by Dr Ludmila Koryakova Ural State University Russia at the University of California Berkeley a An Overview of the Andronovo Culture Late Bronze Age Indo Iranians in Central Asia

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  • Ethnographic Table of Contents
    CHINA 1997 Herdsmen A Review of the Documentary by Chinese Film Producers Street Scenes in Urumchi China Scenes from the Bogda Shan Xinjiang Autonomous Region Along the Northern Rim of the Talkimakan Desert Nomads in the Mongol Autonomous Regions Bogda Shan mountains Fertility Ritual Scene Petroglyph PHOTOGRAPHS Kazak and Mongol Horses Four Pages Kazaks living in Kazakstan Russia Mongolia and Western China Nomads and Their Horses a Pictoral Review NEW

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  • Kurgans, Ritual Sites, and Sttlements: Eurasian Bronze and Iron Age
    A I Kubyshkin and A Mabe Burials and Settlements at the Eurasian Crossroads Joint Franco Russian Project 63 Ludmila Koryakova and Marie Yvane Daire With assistance of Patrice Courtaud Esther Gonzalez Andrew Kovrigin1 Luic Languet Dominique Marguerie Dmitry Razhev Svetlana Sharapova and Marie Celine Uge The Environment of Iron Age Burials and Settlements at the Eurasian Crossroads Urals Russia Preliminary Results of the Charcoal Analysis of Anthropogenic Fires 75 Dominique Marguerie and Nancy Marcoux The Kazakh American Talgar Project Archaeological Field Surveys in the Talgar and Turgen Asi Areas of Southeastern Kazakhstan 1997 1999 83 Claudia Chang and Perry A Tourtellotte The Beiram Mound A Nomadic Cultic Site in the Altai Mountains Western Mongolia 89 Jeannine Davis Kimball Part III Interpretations of Eurasian Archaeology The Bronze Age 107 Bronze Age Textiles of the Caspian Sea Maritime Steppes 109 Natalia I Shishlina Valery P Golikov and Olga V Orfinskaya The Eurasian Steppes The Transition from Early Urbanism to Nomadism 118 Elena Kuzmina Sintashta Burials and their Western European Counterparts 126 Karlene Jones Bley The Sintashta Chariots 135 Karlene Jones Bley Investigation of Bronze Age Metallurgical Slag 141 S A Grigoryev Part IV The Iron Age 151 Historical and Archaeological Sources Relating to the Migration of Nomadic Peoples Toward Central and Southern Europe During the Imperial Age 1st 5th centuries AD 153 Paolo de Vingo Early Iron Age Pastoral Nomadism in the Great Hungarian Plains Migration or Assimilation The Thraco Cimmerian Problem Revisited 160 Carola Metzner Nebelsick Intercultural Relations among Eurasian Pastoral Nomads The Case of Northern Fennoscandia 185 Kjell Åke Aronsson and Sven Donald Hedman A Comparative Study of the Early Iron Age Cultures in the Lower Volga and the Southern Urals Regions 194 Maria A Otchir Goriaeva Iron Age Ceramics of the Transurals 207 Svetlana Sharapova Looted Graves or Burials

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  • Nomads Table of Contents
    The majority of the material including many illustrations has never been published in English before this volume Table of Contents Foreword Jeannine Davis Kimball Introduction Vladimir A Bashilov and Leonid T Yablonsky Part I The Scythians 1 Scythican Culture in the North Caucasus Vladimir G Petrenko 2 Scythians of Southeastern Europe Anna I Melyukova 3 Scythian Culture in the Crimea Valery S Olkhovsky Part II The Sauromatians and Sarmatians 4 A Brief Review of the History of the Sauromatian and Sarmatian Tribes Marina G Moshkova 5 History of the Studies of the Sauromatian and Sarmatian Tribes Marina Moshkova 6 Saruomatians and Sarmatians of the Eurasian Steppes The Transitional Period from the Bronze Age Vladimir V Dvornichenko 7 Sauromatian Culture Vladimir V Dvornichenko 8 Early Sarmatian Culture Zoya A Barbarunova 9 Middle Sarmatian Culture Marina G Moshkova 11 Sarmatians in the North Caucasus Maya P Abramova 12 Sarmatians Some Concluding Remarks Marina G Moshkova Part III The Saka in Central Asia 13 Written Sources and the History of Archaeologicl Studies of the Saka in Central Asia Leonid T Yablonsky 14 The Material Culture of the Saka and Historical Reconstruction Leonid T Yablonsky 15 Some Ethnogenetical Hypothesis Leonid T Yablonsky Part IV

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