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  • Mongol Nomads Digital Format
    Rain Ceremony NOMADS OF THE ALTAI MOUNTAINS THE MONGOLS AncientTraditions in the Modern World by Jeannine Davis Kimball Ph D Zinat Press ISBN 1 885979 02 0 A photo album in full color of the Derbet and Oriat Mongol nomads living in the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia with explanatory texts revealing the everyday life and some of their cultic beliefs of today and illustrations of ancient Early Nomad and

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  • Map of Mongolia
    The Altai Mountains run from Siberia south through Uvs and Bayan Ulgii aimags an aimag is equivalent to a state in the United States Beiram kurgan is located at 49

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/mongol_map.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Beiram Excavation Report 3
    A strong presence of Turkic peoples is noted in Uvs aimag nos 6 8 These people are said to have originated only a short distance to the north before migrating south into the Uvs aimag region from there they spilt some went east as far as central Mongolia while others began a long migration to the west It is from these people that modern day populations such as the Kazaks

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/beiram_exc_rpt3.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Kurgan 1996
    first surveyed it in July 1996 Note the size of the oovo the mound of rocks in the back ground behind the women in red and compare it with the

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/kurgan1.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Beiram Excavation Report 10
    CSEN Schematic of the Mound Legend I IV Quadrands with in circle aera of Central Mound within square 1 7 Test Pits

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  • 2005 BGC MoreInformation
    g and an air mattress f you desired THE LIST Hats Long sleeved shirts long pants Shorts and sleeveless shirts Sweat shirts or sweaters jacket Swimsuit Closed shoes Sandals Tent Sleeping bag Air mattress if desired Towels All personal items don t forget T paper All medications pain relievers antibiotic ointment Band Aids Soap laundry soap HEALTH INFORMATION For information on vaccinations and other health precautions travelers may call the toll free numbers of the international travelers hotline of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1 877 FYI TRIP 1 877 394 8747 may use the CDC autofax service at 1 888 CDC FAXX 1 888 232 3299 or may access the CDC home page on the Internet http www cdc gov REGISTRATION IN MONGOLIA Visitors planning to stay in Mongolia for more than 30 days are required to register with the police at the Citizens Information and Registration Center The Project Organizers will assist in registering any participant SESSIONS First 3 week session June 7 June 26 2005 Second 3 week session July 6 July 27 2005 VISAS Western world participants will be under the auspices of CSEN The organization will facilitate obtaining visas for all participants Because of the time needed to process invitations for non US citizens in Ulaanbaatar and to obtain visas from the Mongolian Embassy deadline for application deposit and final contribution must be strictly adhered to Please check with the Mongolian Embassy to determine your status TAX DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTION 1200 per session for students evidence of enrollment required 1400 for non students Includes 1 2 nights lodging in Ulaanbaatar at beginning and end of session meals in the field and transport to and from site using local buses Travel to Mongolia and insurance not included Participants must bring their own camp gear and

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  • 2000 BCG Map
    MAP OF MONGOLIA Return to BCG Index Home

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/BGC_All_Files/BGC-Survey_2005/2000_BCG_Map.html (2016-02-09)
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  • 2006 BGC General Information
    discovered on the granite outcrops at Baga Gazaryn Chuluu and stone steles erected by early Turkic nomads have been located in the main valley running between the towering peaks We are in search of a group of volunteers who will assist archaeologists from U S and Mongolian research institutions in conducting the survey and assisting with several small scale excavations of burial and habitation sites dated to the Bronze and Early Iron Age 800 400 BC Our project is supported by the Mongolian Institute of Archaeology in Ulaanbaatar and we will be joined by Mongolian archaeologists and students who will collaborate in both the survey and excavations The Baga Gazaryn Chuluu region contains a wealth of archaeological sites and the research program of the 2004 season will help us and other researchers better understand the extraordinary nomadic culture of Mongolia that gave rise to some of the most powerful land empires on earth Volunteers with a variety of backgrounds are invited to work with us at Baga Gazaryn Chuluu and will have opportunities to learn and practice a wide range of field skills including ground survey site mapping use of GPS and GIS site excavation and artifact processing In addition we will take time to visit local nomadic families search the granite peaks for wild Mongolian sheep and attempt to ride Bactrian camels We also expect to make several jeep trips into the true sand Gobi of Mongolia to the south in order to collect ore samples and to visit archaeological sites known from Mongolian research reports There are two volunteer sessions available and a moderate tax deductible donation is requested to help us meet the expenses of the expedition Please join us this coming summer at Baga Gazaryn Chuluu More information and applications are available on the web pages

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