Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

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Created: 2015-04-13 12:40
Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
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Alena Lidzhieva, How to Make Female Camels Accept Their Newborn

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A female camel is pregnant for 11 months. Sometimes female camels reject their calves. In order to make them accept their calves young Kalmyk women play on the dombra instrument...

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Wed 29 Apr 2015


Dmitriy Mandzhiev, A Story About Camel Theft

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Dmitriy relays a story about how his ancestors stole camels from another clan.

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Sun 28 Oct 2018


Leonid Khochiev, About Camels and Sheep

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Leonid talks about how people bred camels and sheep in the past.

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Fri 27 Jul 2018


Leonid Ochir-Goryaev, About Camels

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Leonid talks about the Kalmyk species of camel.

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Tue 23 May 2017


Polina Fedorova, About Camel Meat

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In the past, the Kalmyks ate beef and horse meat. The poor ate camel meat. People who ate camel meat had pimples on their faces. The camel’s pelt and humps were used to make...

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Tue 31 May 2016


Polina Fedorova, How to Make Female Camels Accept Their Newborn

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Sometimes female camels reject their calves. Female camels are jealous and squeamish animals. If a child touched a calf, its mother could reject it. In order to help the calf...

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Wed 1 Jun 2016


Valeriy Bolaev, Ulyumdzhi Mandzhiev, About Camels

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Valeriy says that there are only 5,000 camels left that can be described as of Kalmyk breed. The majority of them are in Astrakhan oblast’.
Ulyumdzhi Mandzhiev adds that camels...

Collection: Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LIVESTOCK BREEDING/CAMELS)

Institution: Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Thu 28 Apr 2016