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  • BGC 2003 Photo 1
    Baga Gazaryn Chuluu Survey Photos 2003 The BGC survey crews discoveres a Buddhist inscription

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/BGC_All_Files/Baga_Gazaryn_Chuluu_Surv_2002/2000_BGC_Photo_Album/pages/BGC2003_1.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads
    on the Internet when reviewed for quality accuracy of content presentation and usability in January 2000 CSEN is an invited member of the History Channel com Table of Contents Archaeology Zinat Publications Ethnographic Archives Sponsor s Page 2004 CSEN Fieldwork Announcements Index to CSEN Fieldwork Opportunities 2004 Donate to the CSEN Archaeological Fund Bulletin Board New Zinat Publication 2002 Chastiye Kurgan Escavation Report 2002 Golden Hills Ex avation Report CSEN

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/index2.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Summer 1999 Summary
    nomad They lived in nomadic gers or homes rode horses and camels participated in cultural events and ate nomadic foods By experiencing these things first hand the students were given an incomparable view of another culture Most days the team excavated a few hours visited observed and interviewed nomads wrote journal entries about things they were learning explored the Mongolian steppes had a Mongolian language lesson and an art class

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/Expeditions/summer%201999/summary.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Expedition 2000
    we rent from the nomads Days will be filled with interesting programs such as Anthropology Field School where we actually spend time interviewing and learning from the nomads New Media classes where the KSEN kids will learn to use cutting edge technology in the form of digital cameras binaural recorders laptop computers and creative software to gather and organize information about the nomadic lifestyle Art lessons hiking horseback riding camel

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/Expeditions/Summer%202000/year%202000%20expedition%20info/expedition_2000.html (2016-02-09)
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  • KSEN photos cover page
    silent It was so easy to bring them into special ceremonies without being obtrusive and offensive They required no focusing and took the photo effortlessly without constant pressure on the shutter button This allowed us to capture shots that would normally be lost with other cameras Finally they were easy for the kids to learn to operate A card in the camera recorded all the photos popped out when full

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/ArtGallery/photos_by_ksen_introductio.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Rei Sponsor Page
    marvelously The clothes kept the elements out but were so comfortable that the kids even slept in them The REI boots never seemed to need to be broken in The kids loved the look of the clothes which for teenagers is a big deal David Jayo and Lora Flewelling were our contacts with REI They were terrific to work with and they were enthused about the KSEN expedition Since it

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/Sponsors/rei/rei_sponsor_page.html (2016-02-09)
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  • powerbar page
    worn by the KSEN team the archaeologists and the nomads These items were invaluable when breaking the ice with the indigenous people We were fortunate to have received an invitation to a nomadic wedding To show our appreciation we gathered gifts from the other Americans with us and included two Powerbar shirts which were given to the bride and groom The groom wore his shirt the next day when he

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/Sponsors/powerbar/powerbar.html (2016-02-09)
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  • gers.html
    on and heat the ger during cold months In the area that we visited there were not many trees So instead of firewood the nomads use dried yak dung as fuel The walls are made of sections of crisscrossed wood which moves like an accordian much like the gates used in America to block babies from going into areas that may be dangerous About 80 wooden poles are angled between

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/KSEN/KSEN%27s%20NOMADS/gers/gers.html (2016-02-09)
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