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Record #185259:

The knights of the taiga / G.F. Mueller ; Decoded and translated from G.F. Mueller's manuscripts by A.Ch. Elert.

Title: The knights of the taiga / G.F. Mueller ; Decoded and translated from G.F. Mueller's manuscripts by A.Ch. Elert.
Author(s): Miller, Gerard Fridrikh.
Müller, Gerhard Friedrich.
Mueller, G. F.
Elert, A. Ch.,
Date: 2007.
In: Science First Hand. (2007.), Vol. 6(18) (2007)
Abstract: Extract from Description of Siberian Peoples. Describes customs and attitudes of Tungusy (Evenki and Eveny) and highlights their "inherent principles of decency" and injustice with which pagan peoples of Siberia are treated.
Notes:

Science First Hand. Vol. 6(18) :58-65 (2007).

Republishing of article in Science First Hand, 2005, 1(4), p. 130-137.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Tungusy.
392 -- Social customs.
340.14 -- Native justice. Unwritten law.
93 -- History.
93"17" -- Eighteenth century.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 185259

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