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  • Silk Road and Golden Horde Review
    Glossary Bibliography and Index 42 50 plus shipping Fedorov Davydov the archaeologist who excavated Medieval cities along the Silk Road shares his exquisite finds with us as we follow him through the Eurasian steppes The Golden Horde descendants of Genghis Khan scourge of the West raid and trade with the Chinese in the East and with Iran Mesopotamia Egypt and Italy in the West Drawing from archaeology and the diaries of adventures envoys and ambassadors who visited the ulus ordos and courts of the great khans the author draws a picture of the life of the nobility and commoners who once were nomads but now build cities along the Volga and Don rivers and as far west as Moldova Their treasures of gold and silver embellished with precious stones and hordes of coins reveal a history we never suspected Published in Europe this is the first work of Davydov Ferorov which appears posthumously to be available in English Table of Contents Other Books Available from Zinat Press Note All the plates illustrated in The Silk Road and the Cities of the Golden Horde are on the CSEN Website Index to 110 Color Plates Order Now To pay by credit card

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  • Silk Road and Golden Horde Table of Contents
    Sarai Chapter 9 The Lower Classes Chapter 10 In the Aristocratic Quarters of New Sarai Chapter 11 The Excavations in Old Sarai Chapter 12 Craft Ships Chapter 13 City Life in War and Peace Chapter 14 Religious Matters Chapter 15 The Disaster of 1395 Chapter 16 Conclusion Note All the plates illustrated in The Silk Road and the Cities of the Golden Horde click are on the CSEN Website Index

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  • Faculty Fellowship
    citizens or permanent residents currently enrolled full time in a university or college in the United States Students graduating in spring 2010 are eligible to apply No previous experience in Mongolia required DEADLINE TO APPLY March 1 2010 APPLICATION MATERIALS AT http www mongoliacenter org field The field research project should be conducted in conjunction with a Research Sponsor such as a faculty member or senior researcher and involve at

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  • Mongol Nomads Base Index
    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 Turkic ritual

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  • Luce Scholarships
    Luce Scholarships Luce Scholarships Filewill be downloaded to your computer in pdf format Requires Adobe Reader

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  • 2002 Golden Hills Excavation Report
    DNA REPORT POKROVKA WARRIOR WOMEN COMPARED TO MEIRAMGUL C S E N PAGE 1 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8

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  • Documentaries on Nomads
    Dead Series Amazon Warrior Women PBS 2004 Ancient Clues Series In Search of Warrior Women Episode 4A Date 2 December 2002 Mysterious Mummies of China Nova 2502 First airing 20 January 1998 Dupont Columbia Award 1999 Russian Amazons TBS Sponsored

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  • 2004 Fieldwork Report
    with Naran have worked with the excavated human remains from nearly a decade of the ExpeditionsÕ sampling digs As Honeychurch had moved his survey operation from the Egiin Gol to Baga Gazyryyn Chuluu also Photos from the 2004 Season an area very rich in archaeological features he and Amartuvshin invited us to work in that area as an excavation adjunct project to their broader scale survey work They presented us with a number of Bronze Age and Xiongnu features and we realized immediately it would be an opportunity to contribute to an ongoing project and that we would have a viable project for our volunteers and be able to get the most out of our grant support In addition owing to time and manpower constraints as we found out later the Institute had denied a proposal to excavate for two weeks on sites near Ulan Bator then go to the north and excavate another two weeks at a different locality While this turn of events presented us all with challenges in the land where MurphyÕs Law reigns supreme it did put us in an archaeologically rich region where the month field season was spent excavating Bronze Age and Xiongnu features While the three Bronze Age slab tombs all proved to be empty the Xiongnu feature at a cemetery site called Alag Tolgoi produced abundant finds These included bone and metal artifacts and preserved fabric in addition to the remains of a robust male individual who would very likely have been a warrior or leader among his people Addition time was spent exploring Medieval Mongol Period exposure burials and mapping and recovering a surface scatter of human remains pulled out of what we believe to be a Turkic period tomb by a marmot digging a burrow On weekends we were able

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