Altai Uriankhans, (SER 101 ),

Зохиогч:  И.Лхагвасүрэн

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Үйл явц: Бичиж хэвлүүлсэн

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This work presents an investigation of the traditional culture of the Altai Uriankhians. Since the 16th century, their encampments are located in the western and the north-western parts of Mongolia. However, it could be assumed that the formation of their traditional culture was a complex process and has proceeded not only in their present areas of settlements, but also in the broader historical as well as the geographical space.  Appearance of the traditional culture of the Altai Uriankhians in a number of traits and characteristics reflect the way in which this nation has been evolving in the different periods of its historical development.

Process of formation of modern ethnic composition in Mongolia was prolonged process and has passed a number of historical stages. The Oirats of Western Mongolia became more independent at the beginning of 15th century. Probably, starting from that period Mongols were divided into two branches: eastern and western.  The western branch characterized a certain unity in culture and livelihood although each group had somewhat definitive ethnographic originality.

Хэвлүүлсэн газар: Publishid by National museum of Ethnology, Osaka, JAPAN

Хэвлүүлсэн огноо: 2014/04/01

Хуудасний тоо: 261

Түлхүүр үг: #Altai mountain ethnic traditaional culture

Бүтээл нэмсэн:И.Лхагвасүрэн

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