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  • Chastiye Bibliography
    for the Scythians National Geographic vol 190 No 3 September 1996 pp 54 79 Davis Kimball J Bashilov V Yablonsky L Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes in the Earley Iron Age Berkeley Zinat Press 1995 Piotrovsky B Galanina L Grach N Scythian Art Oxford Leningrad Phaidon 1979 Sulimirski T The Sarmatians New York Washington 1970 Raev B Roman Imports in theLower Don Basin BAR International Series 278 Oxford 1986 Bibliography

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  • Chastiye Application Form
    2 August 6 August 24 2002 First choice Second choice Both Session 1 and 2 Personal Information Name Birthdate Address Mailing Address if different from above Home phone e mail address Social Security number S ex Height Weight Passport number Expires PLEASE INCLUDE A XEROX COPY OF THE FIRST TWO PAGES OF YOUR PASSPORT Employer or school Address of work or school Phone number work or school If retired former employer Address Please include a photograph of yourself in the application Emergency contact Name Relationship Home address Work address Home Phone Cell Phone Work Phone e mail Special Interests Please describe your special interest in this project and what experience you have had that might be helpful on this project Attach extra pages if necessary on a separate page Please list all educational background that is pertinent Previous Travel On a separate page briefly tell us about any previous foreign travel which countries you have visited and when PLEASE ATTACH CV and REFERENCES Medical Conditions Medical treatment will not be equal to the norm in the US Please be sure to list all special medical conditions you may have Blood Type Special Diet or Foods Check any of the following that are applicable Diabetes Epilepsy Allergies Other health concerns such as bad back trick knee etc give details Loss of Consciousness explain and give date s Check if Corrective or Contact Lenses Date of last physical examination Any other pertinent information Conditions As a team member hereafter Participant of the Chastiye Kurgans project I will adhere to the regulations and maintain a standard of good conduct The Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads hereafter Sponsor and director of the excavations hereafter Director reserves the right to require a Participant to withdraw at any time if conduct or behavior jeopardizes

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  • Chastiye 2003 Travel Info
    each session Tanais archaeological site and museum located on the Don delta Rostov historical museum Starocherkassk old capital of the Don Cossacks Not included travel to Rostov on Don health or life insurance TRAVEL INFORMATION Travel from your home to Rostov na Donu and Rostov na Donu and return is not included in the cost of the expedition Rostov on Don has an international airport with regularly flights from Istanbul

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  • 2003 Ch-Daily Activities
    a small grove of trees surrounded by fields one of which is covered with about 30 burrial mounds Volunteers will excavated one of the smaller kurgans so that it can be completed within two weeks The temperature in July and in the beginning of August is usually 25 35 C in the daytime However as the climate is continental the nights can be chilly enough for a sweat shirt It rarely rains during the summer in the steppes although this depends on the year Application Form DAILY ACTIVITIES RISE AND SHINE at 6 a m Breakfast Excavations from 7 a m till 1 p m Dinner is at 2 p m Then off to the river for a swim go on an excursion to the beautiful places of nature or to the nearest Cossack village Don t forget there are three full day of excursions besides these short explorations In the evening supper build the campfire and sing Singing around the campfire to the accompaniment of a guitar is very popular in Russia Visits by folk musicians and singers are also planned Then off to bed for a well deserved night s sleep EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT Equipment All heavy excavating equipment

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  • Chastiye Bibliography
    Eurasian Bronze and Iron Age BAR International Series 890 2000 Edwards M Searching for the Scythians National Geographic vol 190 No 3 September 1996 pp 54 79 Davis Kimball J Bashilov V Yablonsky L Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes in the Earley Iron Age Berkeley Zinat Press 1995 Piotrovsky B Galanina L Grach N Scythian Art Oxford Leningrad Phaidon 1979 Sulimirski T The Sarmatians New York Washington 1970 Raev B

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  • Chastiye Application Form
    3 2003 First choice Second choice Session 2 August 6 August 24 2003 First choice Second choice Both Session 1 and 2 July 16 August 24 2003 Personal Information Name Birthdate Address Mailing Address if different from above Home phone e mail address Social Security number S ex Height Weight Passport number Expires PLEASE INCLUDE A XEROX COPY OF THE FIRST TWO PAGES OF YOUR PASSPORT Employer or school Address of work or school Phone number work or school If retired former employer Address Please include a photograph of yourself in the application Emergency contact Name Relationship Home address Work address Home Phone Cell Phone Work Phone e mail Special Interests Please describe your special interest in this project and what experience you have had that might be helpful on this project Attach extra pages if necessary on a separate page Please list all educational background that is pertinent Previous Travel On a separate page briefly tell us about any previous foreign travel which countries you have visited and when PLEASE ATTACH CV and REFERENCES Medical Conditions Medical treatment will not be equal to the norm in the US Please be sure to list all special medical conditions you may have Blood Type Special Diet or Foods Check any of the following that are applicable Diabetes Epilepsy Allergies Other health concerns such as bad back trick knee etc give details Loss of Consciousness explain and give date s Check if Corrective or Contact Lenses Date of last physical examination Any other pertinent information Conditions As a team member hereafter Participant of the Chastiye Kurgans project I will adhere to the regulations and maintain a standard of good conduct The Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads hereafter Sponsor and director of the excavations hereafter Director reserves the right to require

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  • 2004 Dorno-Altai General Information
    the summer 2003 expedition Carefully note the deadline for submitting applications and deposits to CSEN We look forward to seeing you in Mongolia GENERAL INFORMATION A MONGOLIAN CAVE SITE WITH MUMMIES A cave site apparently containing 18 20 mummies of unknown date and age has been reported to the Mongolian Academy of Sciences by a herder from in the field The location is in the far south of Mongolia at approximately 42 30 N and 108E That puts it very near the Chinese border and on or near the border between Dornod Gobi and Umen Gobi Mongolian aimags states Currently the plan is to attempt to get to this very remote location during the field season preferably early in the season with a few people capable of dealing with an archaeological locality if indeed this turns out to be significant Our Mongolian colleague Dr Naran Bazarsad biological anthropology chair for the archaeologists in the Mongolian Academy of Sciences is working on the transportation and logistical end of getting to the site We will be running this reconnaissance expedition in conjunction with the joint Mongolian US expedition in the Baga Gazrynn Chuulu region We plan on departing from and returning to

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  • 2004 Dorno-Altai More Information
    be able to cope with a country where Murphy s Law reigns supreme We emphasized that this project is in a fairly remote part of Mongolia and participants will be living in very simple conditions WHAT TO BRING It may be very hot and sunny in the daytime Survey and excavations are in the open so we recommend hats and shirts with long sleeves for working It is rather dusty or after rain muddy We recommend closed shoes or boots for walking and sandals for relaxing Nights can be quite cool so bring a sweater sweatshirts and a jacket The camp has no electricity so you will need a flashlight You must bring a tent your sleeping ba 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

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