Posts Tagged ‘nomadic’

Iran nomadic people, lifestyle under spotlight in Paris show 

Iran nomadic people, lifestyle under spotlight in Paris show  – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – A photo exhibit showcasing the costumes and traditions of different Iranian ethnic groups is currently underway in Paris, IRIB reported on Saturday.  Entitled “People of Iran”, the exhibit displays a selection of 27 photos by 18 Iranian artists, the report added.  The […]

Nomadic tent hotel to be established in Ardabil  

Nomadic tent hotel to be established in Ardabil   – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – A nomadic tent hotel is planned to be established in northwestern Ardabil province, a local tourism official has announced.  Consisting of nomadic tents, which is the first of its kind [in Iran], the hotel will be launched in one of the agritourism […]

Rethinking Stereotypes: Were Scythian Warriors Really Nomadic?

The diets of ancient steppe Scythians, classically known as nomads, has revealed that while some of the population did indeed travel far and wide warring for new lands on horseback, many didn’t, and most settled where they were born. Most Scythians Preferred Farms and Fires Over Swords Scythians emerged from the Pontic steppe (southern Siberia) […]

Denotified and Nomadic Tribes

A Nomad is a community member who regularly moves from one place to another without any fixed habitat. Known as the wandering community, the members of nomadic tribes were generally entertainers and transporters historically. The Denotified tribes (DNTs), a part of a wandering community, are the tribes that were originally listed under the ‘Criminal Tribes […]

Altai Rock Art Images Reveal Insights Into Ancient Nomadic Culture

Researchers in Serbia have studied a collection of ancient petroglyphs revealing the relationship between a medieval nomadic culture and animals. The team of researchers from the Gorno-Altaisk State University has published a new paper in the scientific journal Archaeology, Ethnography and Anthropology of Eurasia presenting their study of medieval Altai rock art, located near the […]

Study Unravels the Mysterious Origins of Nomadic Mongolian Empires

The Xiongnu, the first nomadic empire in Asia, left no known written records to explain their origins, making this an intriguing ancient genetic mystery. But a new study has cast light on how the Xiongnu and Mongol empires and other ancient Central Asian cultures formed and interacted with each other. Researchers have taken on the […]

High Levels Of Ancient Extreme Siberian Nomadic Violence Discovered

A Swiss-Russian team of archeologists, anthropologists and forensic experts have discovered evidence of extreme Siberian nomadic violence within communities of ancient Siberians. The team’s research findings of Siberian nomadic violence provide new insights into social life in Siberian nomadic peoples that is both surprising and detailed. The steppe nomads were horse-riding, bow-wielding warriors who dominated […]

Recovery: Many Older Americans Are Living a Desperate, Nomadic Life

Recovery: Many Older Americans Are Living a Desperate, Nomadic Life November 11th, 2017 Via: MarketWatch: In her powerful new book, “Nomadland,â€� award-winning journalist Jessica Bruder reveals the dark, depressing and sometimes physically painful life of a tribe of men and women in their 50s […]

Photos: Nomadic lifestyle in northwestern Iran

ISNA | Tohid Mehdizadeh: Atmianlu nomads are from one of the biggest tribes living in Arasbaran region, northwestern Iran. Quch Gulu countryside in Arasbaran annually hosts over 100 nomadic families. Atmianlu nomadic families annually gather in the beautiful Quch Gulu area, near the city of Ahar in Iran’s East Azarbaijan province, as of early June. […]

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