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  • 1990-92 ExcRpt Description
    selected bibliography ISBN 1 885979 01 0 22 50 plus shipping The excavation report covers the 1990 survey of cemetries in two different sites Pokrovka and Troitsk and provides maps of these kurgan cemeteries located in the southern Urals south of Orenburg Russia and adjacent to the Kazakhstan border In 1991 one kurgan with three burials was excavated During the 1992 season six kurgans were excavated that held 48 burials

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  • Donskaya Archaeology (Journal)
    We welcome interdisciplinary articles that reflect the concept and development of other integral characteristics of modern archaeology i e the interactions of the humanities as well as exact and natural sciences The journal is published three to four times per year To date eleven issues in eight volumes have been published Each volume contains between 112 174 pages with a minimum of four pages of color illustrations The chronological and cultural range cover the time periods from the Paleolithic to the Medieval Published in Russian Beginning with Vol 1 2000 the articles have English summaries Editor in chief V Ye Maksimenko Editor V V Klyutchnikov Established in the fall of 1998 the journal was spearheaded by archaeologists from the Rostov State University in Rostov na Donu who were assisted by their graduate students Today the journal staff includes those at the Rostov State University the Rostov Regional Museum of Local Lore Price Available Volumes Postage included Vol 1 1998 28 Vol 1 1999 28 Vol 2 1999 28 Vols 3 4 1999 28 Vol 1 2000 28 Vol 2 2000 28 Vols 3 4 2000 28 Vols 1 2 2001 28 Click on the Volume links above to see the

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  • Olkhovskiy: Table of Contents
    B Mednikova Archaeological Materials from the Main Cult Structure of the Baite III Sanctuary Ye Ye Antipina V S Olkhovskiy ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOURCES The Research of Contacts Between Farming and Steppe Populations in Southern Central Asia South Tadjikistan in the Late Bronze Age N M Vinogradova Concerning the Chronology of the Late Bronze Age Complexes Containing Daggers from north China Chzhun Suk Be Concerning the Origin of Stage Stelae of the Western Region A A Kovalev The Statues of Early Nomads from Kabardino Balkariya B Kh Atabiev Ancient Near Eastern Rosettes from the Cherkassy Region Ukraine S V Makhortykh O O Kolesnik On the So Called Near Eastern Helmets Found in the North Caucasus A I Ivantchik The Early Iron Age Stelae and Anthropomorphic Statues from the South Urals Steppes S Yu Gutzalov A D Tairov Monumental Sculpture of Eurasia Nomads The Problems of Systematic Study V S Olkhovskiy Copper Cauldrons from the Indian Subcontinent and Pamirs The Ancient Connections of the Two Regions B A Litvinsky Concerning the Tamgas Signs of the Baite III Sanctuary on Ustyurt preliminary information V S Olkhovskiy S A Yatzenko The Hunnu Barrow Cemetery of Beriktas I M I Khabdulina K A Akishev Medieval Cult

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  • Olkhovskiy Description
    plus shipping Nineteen papers treating two major themes Palaeoecology and Palaeodemography of the Eurasian Steppes six papers and Archaeological Sources twelve papers Published in Russian with lengthy English summaries This is new information concerning the Eurasian steppe cultures during the Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age Following an introduction by Valery Olkhovskiy the articles treat a geographical area ranging from the Caspian and Aral seas to east of the

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  • Charge Crd Information
    Price Description 49 95 Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes in the Early Iron Age Edited by Jeannine Davis Kimball Vladimir A Bashilov and Leonid T Yablonsky 22 95 Kurgans on the Left Bank of the Ilek Excavations at Pokrovka 1990 1992 By Jeannine Davis Kimball and Leonid T Yablonsky With Contributions by V A Demkin N L Morgunova Ya G Ryskov T N Trunaeva and J F Vedder 44 75

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  • Warrior Women Book Review 1
    now She moves across the land with the speed of thought from the mummies of China to the warrior queens of Erie Woman were nurturers warriors and leaders and still are in Mongolia sharing both power and responsible within the tribes I think the best part about the book is not only showing that women were sometimes in charge but that men within these societies were also nurturers and shared

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  • Warrior Women Book Review 2
    Early Nomads believed their possessions had to be included in their graves This is the focus point of the book Starting with the finds at Pokrovka Dr Davis Kimball follows every possible thread in time and space to give us as complete as possible a picture of the Eurasian people in general and the lives of the women in particular not just the warrior women but the priestesses and hearth women as well Dr Davis Kimball states that the Indiana Jones myth of archaeology must be dispelled and then she goes on a series of travels and adventures all wonderfully written that would have daunted even that fictional hero who I don t think could have faced the KGB with the intelligence and patience she does Her travels take her from Northern Ireland to western China She travels in history from about 4000 B C E to the modern day She visits dozens of museums many countries and even lives with a modern day family of nomads It seems that Dr Davis Kimball was motivated to write a book about women and specifically about warrior women only after she realized that warrior women s graves had been excavated for over 50 years by other archaeologists and then the women were all but forgotten She writes I was frustrated by the lack of interest exhibited by many historians and archaeologists regarding the status of women in the societies they studied And I understood that women of high status were hidden in the shadows of traditional interpretations It was time to launch a treasure hunt Her gift to the world is to simply tell the truth about what she and others have discovered For those who saw the NOVA documentary about The Mysterious Mummies of China the caucasoid mummies discovered in China

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  • Warrior Women Book Review 3
    it is filled with intriguing archeological theories and case studies showing how women living across the land from China to Ireland were part of ancient history as warriors and priestesses The topic of massive elaborately decorated headdresses is particularly fascinating because I learned that headdresses are one of the oldest cultural elements ever found Davis Kimball uses this icon to help reinterpret and discuss women s historical fate over the centuries The archeological facts and new ideas the author presents flow easily chapter by chapter Second the book is an inspiration for modern women Many of us have had varied lives and layers of experiences so it s inspiring to read how Davis Kimball takes on many challenges and finds her career as an archaeologist rather late in life It s fun as a reader to be able to look over her shoulder and share her field work and sucess Third the layout of the book is appealing I especially appreciated the sidebars footnotes and glossary For example the sidebar titled The Nomadic Way is a like a two page mini story It defines the term Nomadic and is enjoyable to read on its own merit or return to again

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