Evenk


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Noun1.Evenk - a member of the Tungus speaking people of Mongolian race who are a nomadic people widely spread over eastern SiberiaEvenk - a member of the Tungus speaking people of Mongolian race who are a nomadic people widely spread over eastern Siberia; related to the Manchu
Tungusic - any member of a people speaking a language in the Tungusic family
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EHe has met headhunters deep in the Indonesian rainforest, bushmen in Namibia and the Evenk people of Siberia.
Ray Mears is an explorer and survivalist, who has met headhunters deep in the Indonesian rainforest, bushmen in Namibia and the Evenk people of Siberia.
Native Evenk and Yakut people have long claimed a 'Nesski' lurks in its depths.
The editors have gathered several forms of writing from numerous tribes, including Khanty and Evenk, presenting a wide ranging yet intimate view of life on Siberian land.
In the case of the formation of Krasnoyarsk Krai, resource-rich Evenk and Taymyr autonomous okrugs were subsumed by a significantly poorer--albeit geographically larger--subject, in the process forfeiting formal recognition of their cultural distinctiveness.
Skin processing technology in Eurasian reindeer cultures: a comparative study in material science of Sami and Evenk methods perspectives on deterioration and preservation of museum artefacts (PhD dissertation, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Conservation, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo).
The laureates are: * Alexandra Lavrillier, a French ethnologist who established a mobile school in Siberia so the nomadic Evenk can receive a modern education without sacrificing their traditions.
Tungus, most notably Evenk, and nonagropastoralist Sakha were the reindeer-herding inhabitants of the Viliui Regions prior to colonization by Sakha agropastoralists.
La notion de << jouer >> domine egalement les fetes emblematiques des peuples voisins, notamment des Yakoutes et des Toungouses Evenk et Even (16).
In Evenk mythology, among the spirits and masters of the Lower World is a mythological creature--"khalir" resembling a moose or reindeer, and having the antlers of a moose and the tail of a fish.
After four days' travelling, he teamed up with a group of forest dwellers called the Evenk and set about honing his techniques.
We passed part of a day with a man whose boyhood to age 15 was spent in an Evenk settlement up one of the lesser streams that feed the Lena.