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  • wedding
    in first Each family member took a sip of milk and then kissed the bride and groom Then we went in Like usual the women sat on the right the men on the left When we were all in the ger it was packed with people There really was no place to walk During the feast koumiss fermented mares milk and milk tea were passed around The Mongolians sang throughout

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  • Student Application
    Phone Internet address 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 for foods Diabetes Epilepsy Asthma A llergies Other Medical Conditions Loss of Consciousness explain and give date Corrective Lenses Contacts Date of last physical examination Along with this application please provide the following 1 Three reference letters from adults who have known you for at least one school year One letter must be from a teacher Family members do not apply a b c 2 A one page single spaced personal essay Please supply the following information in the essay a tell about yourself how would you describe yourself interests what would you like to do in the future etc b give 3 reasons why you want to participate in this expedition c give 3 reasons why you think you would make a good KSEN expedition member 3 A photo of yourself to be put on KSENÕs website Conditions As a team member of the KSEN project you must adhere to regulations and maintain a standard of good conduct KSEN reserves the right to require a student to withdraw at any time if conduct and behavior jeopardizes the welfare or fulfillment of the objectives of the project It is understood that the student s parent s or legal guardian s will assume all responsibility either financially or otherwise for any illness or injury which might occur during the expedition Emergency transport medical or hospitalization costs resulting from illness or accident during the expedition are the responsibility of the parent s or guardian s of the student receiving such care In cases where the Project Leader in consultation with local medical authorities considers it necessary a student will

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  • Volunteer Teacher Application
    do not yet have a passport you can leave this part blank for now Please apply for a passport as soon as possible at your local post office You must have a passport to go on this trip Employer or School Address of work or school Phone of work or school Emergency Contact Name Relationship Home Address Work Address Home Phone Cell Phone Work Phone E mail address 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 Diabetes Epilepsy Asthma Allergies Other Loss of Consciousness explain and give date Corrective Lenses Date of last physical examination Along with this application please provide the following 1 Three reference letters from those who have known you for at least one year a b c 2 A one page single spaced personal essay Please supply the following information in the essay a tell about yourself education experiences interests future goals b give three reasons why you would like to participate in this expedition c give three reasons why you think you would make a good KSEN team member 3 A photo of yourself to be put on KSENÕs website Conditions As a team member of the KSEN project you must adhere to regulations and maintain a standard of good conduct KSEN reserves the right to require a teacher volunteer to withdraw at any time if conduct or behavior jeopardizes the welfare of the children or fulfillment of the objectives of the project Additional travel costs due to early dismissal will be paid by the volunteer teacher It is understood that the volunteer will assume all responsibility either financially or otherwise for any illness or injury which might occur during the

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  • Volunteer Application
    post office You must have a passport to go on this trip If you are a student please elaborate Employer Address Phone Emergency Contact Name Relationship Home Address Work Address Home Phone Cell Phone Work Phone Other Phone Internet address 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 Diabetes Epilepsy Asthma A llergies Other Medical Conditions Loss of Consciousness explain and give date Corrective Lenses Contacts Date of last physical examination Along with this application please provide the following 1 Three reference letters preferably from people who have known you more than one year Please provide their names addresses phone numbers and e mail addresses here a b c 2 A one page single spaced personal essay Please supply the following information in the essay a tell about yourself education experiences interests future goals b give 3 reasons why you would like to participate in this expedition c give 3 reasons why you think you would make a good KSEN team member 3 A photo of yourself to be put on KSENÕs website Conditions As a team member of the KSEN project you must adhere to regulations and maintain a standard of good conduct KSEN reserves the right to require a volunteer to withdraw at any time if conduct and behavior jeopardizes the welfare of the children or fulfillment of the objectives of the project It is understood that the volunteer will assume all responsibility either financially or otherwise for any illness or injury which might occur during the expedition Emergency transport medical or hospitalization costs resulting from illness or accident during the expedition are the responsibility of the volunteer receiving such care In cases where the project

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  • DA Journal Vol. 1, 1999
    S Stories told by steppe burial mounds 24 Naumenko S A Bezuglov S I New finds of Byzantine and Iranian import in the steppes along the Don 35 Vnukov S U The chronological variations of lightclay amphora with double barreled arms 43 Ilukov L S Vlaskin M V A caster s sepulchral site of the later Sarmatian culture 50 Tekhov B V A chariot image on the etched belt from Tli 57 Potapov V V Chernogorovsk sepulchral sites in the lower reaches of the left bank of the Don 62 Kosyanenko V M A jar from the Kizitirinsk ancient town barrow 69 From the History of the Don Archaeology Boyko A L To the history of the antique town of Tanais studies 70 Korshikov N S Mininkov N A New documents concerning the right bank Tsimlyansk ancient town site 84 Archaeological masterpieces Yazovskih A G A terracotta statue of a maenad from the Yelizavetovsk ancient town excavations 90 Bezuglov S I Yatsenko V V A Tanais bronze mask punch of the age of the migration of peoples 93 Reconstruction and Restoration Matyukhin A E On types and role of the experiment in primeval archaeology 98 Prischepa A A Replication of

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  • DA Journal Vol. 2, 1999
    for rescue archaeological dig 13 Khrapunov I N On the two migration directions of the Medieval Alans ancestors 26 Ivanesko A Ye The Narty epos and Scythian mytho geographical tradition 30 Gurkin S V Towards the problem of Russian Polovytsian matrimonial contacts 40 Zasetskaya I P Ilyukov L S Kosyanenko V M Middle Sarmatian burial complex near village Alitub 51 Kamenetsky I S Mogukorovo ancient town sites 61 Vlaskin N

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  • DA Journal Vol. 3-4, 1999
    for rescue archaeological dig 13 Khrapunov I N On the two migration directions of the Medieval Alans ancestors 26 Ivanesko A Ye The Narty epos and Scythian mytho geographical tradition 30 Gurkin S V Towards the problem of Russian Polovytsian matrimonial contacts 40 Zasetskaya I P Ilyukov L S Kosyanenko V M Middle Sarmatian burial complex near village Alitub 51 Kamenetsky I S Mogukorovo ancient town sites 61 Vlaskin N

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  • DA Journal Vol. 1, 2000
    advantageous contacts until the break of the first third second third of the III century B C A Ye MATYUKHIN Upper Paleolithic Workshop Biryuchya Balka Biryuchya Balka 1v The article is dedicated to upper paleolithic workshop Biryuchya Balka Iv located in the Seversky Donets valley near farmstead Kremenskoy in the Konstantinovsk District Rostov Region The site is linked with the left Biryuchya ravine slope It was twice researched by the author in 1990 and 1992 The section of the trench revealed alternating brownish loams with fossil soil under them The age of the soil is about 32 24 thousand years There was flint art in one 5 5 m long and about 1 5m wide cluster Flint industry is represented by more than 5 thousand artifacts It includes cores flaves and lames debris and tools The cores are basically plate ones Volumetric cores are infrequently met Rather numerous are regular flaves and lames i e blanks Of certain interest are tools There is a small series of side scrapes end scrapes pebble tools denticulate and notch tools as well as with a basal thinning Triangular points and bifaces make relatively large groups Some chopping tools bifaces and end scrapers bear traces of utilization on them However the bulk of the tools mainly bifaces and coarse side scrapes are unfinished triangular points left on the initial and middle manufacturing phases The site industry witnesses its reference to mixed profile workshops where triangular points and regular chipped blanks were made From the typological standpoint the material of the site stands close to the Biryuchya Balka 2 ensemble and belongs to the Streletskaya culture Taking into consideration the stratigraphic position of the culture horizon and the chronological framework of the fossil soil it would be rightful to date it within the limits of 32 34 thousand years Biryuchya Balka Iv is among the earliest upper paleolithic sites of Eastern Europe R V PROKOFYEV V V POTAPOV Settlement Malakhovcky Yerik II of the Don River Delta This work is dedicated to the results of research of the Malakhovsky Yerik settlement located in the Don river delta Three horizons of finds were represented in the monument The upper horizon contained debris of biconical Thasos Heraclean and Sinopean amphorae referred to the IV III centuries B C The aureola of the Heraclean amphora reveals a fragment of a stamp belonging to the second quarter middle of the IV century B C The upper layer also revealed a monomial wire fibula I century B C and a burial of the second half of the XIII XIV centuries with an iron knife a stirrup and a curb bit The second horizon contained fretted pottery of the late Bronze Age end as well as sinker complexes of the Kobyakovo type The latter are interpreted as the remains of rather narrow drag nets The finds permit to synchronise the horizon with the adjacent Kobyakovo culture monuments However while the latter one due to a number of features may be referred

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