The Golden Deer of Eurasia: Perspectives on the Steppe Nomads of the Ancient World

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ContributionsJoan Aruz (Editor), Ann Farkas (Editor), Elisabetta Valtz Fino (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages256
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Open LibraryOL10319503M
ISBN 100300124031
ISBN 109780300124033

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7), Bonn, Since ancient times, East Asia and Central Eurasia have been connected to the world. between agricultural China and the steppe nomads during the Han Dynasty (BCECE), in consequence of. Nomads were the Mongolic and Turkic peoples that inhabited vast terri-tories of Inner Asia, including natural areas from the desert to the tun-dra, from highlands to steppe plains.

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The Golden Deer of Eurasia by Andrei Alekseev Spectacular works of art were excavated between and from burial mounds at Filippovka, in Russia, on the border of Europe and Asia.

The objects were created from about the fifth to the fourth century b.c. by pastoral people who lived on the steppes near the southern Ural Mountains. Through a close analysis of the maps, geographic accounts, and travelogues compiled by both Chinese and Islamic writers, the book traces the development of major contacts between people in China and the Islamic world and explores their interactions on matters as varied as diplomacy, commerce, mutual understanding, world geography, navigation.

A nomad (Middle French: nomade "people without fixed habitation") [dubious – discuss] is a member of a community without fixed habitation which regularly moves to and from the same areas.

Such groups include hunter-gatherers, pastoral nomads (owning livestock), and tinkers or trader nomads. In the twentieth century, population of nomadic pastoral tribes slowly decreased, reaching to an. Christine Keyser, etc., "Ancient DNA Provides new insight into the History of the south Siberian Kurgan people," OriginalInvestigation,Springer-Verlag Exploring DNA this team finds evidence as to who settled south Siberia during early Eurasian steppe migrations.

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