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Nomads of Eurasia

Nomads of Eurasia

by Vladimir N. Basilov (Editor), Joel Sackett (Photographer), Dana Levy (Photographer), Mary F. Zirin (Translator)

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the steppes. This impressive volume displays the colorful and distinctive culture of the nomads who lived in the steppes, deserts, and semi-deserts of Eurasia from the first millennium B.C. Published in conjunction with an exhibition in 1989, a collaborative effort of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Twelve essays represent recent research of Soviet ethnographers, historians, and archaeologists. Illustrations, 80 duotone and 120 color, include objects from eight major museums of the USSR as well as early twentieth-century photographs of the peoples of Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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