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  1. Archaeology Field Dictionary: English-Russian-English by Nikita Khrapunov, 2007-12-01
  2. Archaeology of the Russian Far East: Essays in Stone Age Prehistory (bar s) by Sarah Milledge Nelson, 2006-12-31
  3. Ancient Population of Siberia and Its Cultures (Harvard University, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Russian Translation Series No 1) by Aleksei P. Okladnikov, 1988-12
  4. The Upper Paleolithic of the Central Russian Plain (Studies in Archaeology) by Olga Soffer, 1985-12-12
  5. The Archaeology of Anxiety: The Russian Silver Age and its Legacy (Pitt Russian East European) by Galina Rylkova, 2008-01-28
  6. Russia: A List of Books, Prints and Maps Relating to Russian History, Archaeology, Geography, Languages, Fine Arts, Costumes and Portraits (1894) by Karl W. Hiersemann (Firm), 2009-07-08
  7. AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY. VOL 13. NO. 2. SLAVE TRADE AT JAMES MADISON'S ESTATE. TRAVELING THE NATCHEZ TRACE; RUSSIANS IN AMERICA; CRM ARCHAEOLOGY. SUMMER 2009 (13) by AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY, 2009
  8. Contributions to the Archaeology of Armenia (Harvard University, Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Archaeology & Ethnology, Russian Translat) by V. P. Alekseev, 1968-06
  9. Archaeology and the Capitalist World System: A Study from Russian America (Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology) by Aron L. Crowell, 1997-11-30
  10. Excavations move little by little ... Archimandrite Antonin and archaeological research on the "Russian site in Jerusalem a page from the history of Russian Biblical Archaeology / Raskopki dvizhutsya pomalenku... Arkhimandrit Antonin i arkheologicheskie issledovaniya na Russkom Meste v Ierusalime stranitsa iz istorii Rossiyskoy bibleyskoy arkheologii by unknown, 2009
  11. Archaeology North Russian village of X-XIII Centuries Medieval settlements and burial grounds at Lake Kubenskoye 3 tons / Arkheologiya severnorusskoy derevni X XIII vekov Srednevekovye poseleniya i mogilniki na Kubenskom ozere v 3 t. by Zaytseva I.E., 2009
  12. Russia. A list of books, prints and maps relating to Russian history, archaeology, geography, languages, fine arts, costumes and portraits by Karl W. Hiersemann, 2010-07-30
  13. Russian Translation Series
  14. Novgorod: Archaeology of a Medieval Russian City... (British Museum Research Publication) by Mark A. Brisbane, David M. Gaimster, 2002-01-01

1. Russian Archaeology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Russian archaeology begins in the Russian Empire in the 1850s and becomes Soviet archaeology in the early 20th century. The journal Sovetskaya Arkheologiia is published from 1957.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Russian archaeology begins in the Russian Empire in the 1850s and becomes Soviet archaeology in the early 20th century. The journal Sovetskaya Arkheologiia is published from 1957.
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  • G. Trigger, A History of Archaeological Thought, McGill University, Montréal, pp. 327ff.

2. Russian_archaeology | Define Russian_archaeology At Dictionary.com
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3. Monastery Of Stoudios - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Hagios Ioannes Prodromos en tois Stoudiou (Saint John the Forerunner at Stoudios), often shortened to Stoudios or Stoudion, was historically the most important monastery of
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Russian Archaeology Institute Jump to: navigation search "Studite monks" redirects here. For the Ukrainian religious society, see Studite Brethren Byzantine miniature depicting the Stoudios Monastery and the Propontis (Sea of Marmara). Hagios Ioannes Prodromos en tois Stoudiou Saint John the Forerunner at Stoudios), often shortened to Stoudios or Stoudion Latin Studium ), was historically the most important monastery of Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul ), the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire . The residents of the monastery were referred to as Stoudites (or Studites). Although the monastery has been derelict for half a millennium, the laws and customs of the Stoudion were taken as models by the monks of Mount Athos and of many other monasteries of the Orthodox world; even today they have influence. The ruins of the monastery are situated not far from the Propontis (Marmara Sea) in the section of the city called Psamathia , today's Koca Mustafa Paşa . It was founded in 462 by the consul Stoudios (Latin: Studius), a Roman

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5. Athena Review 1,3: Russian Archaeology
Article outlining some of the topics in The Archaeology of Medieval Moscow Recent Explorations (1980-1990s) by L.A. Beliaev and A.G. Veksler.
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Journal review: Russian Archaeology Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia
A resurgence of interest in the Russian past is detailed in an article titled "The Archaeology of Medieval Moscow: Recent Explorations (1980-1990s)," by L.A. Beliaev and A.G. Veksler in the journal Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia (Russian Archaeology) from issue 3, 1996, pp. 106-133. The following review discusses major topics in this article. Moscow in early Russian chronicles : In September of 1997, Moscow celebrated the 850th anniversary of the first reference to the city in AD 1147 in the Ipatievskaya Chronicle , one of several medieval Russian collective historical works. The earliest of these was the Primary Chronicle , compiled by at least six different writer-editors. Begun by Monk Nikon in Kievan Rus in the late 11th century, and completed by Monk Nestor in AD 1118, the Primary Chronicle contains information on historic and diplomatic events, as well as treaties, deeds, and prose records of heroic legends. During the 9th and 10th centuries, Kiev became the first national capital and controlled the Russian state. At that time Moscow was an obscure and minor outpost. Moscow's AD 1147 mention in the slightly later Ipatievskaya Chronicle thus marks the beginning of the city's place in Russian history.

6. Russian Archaeological Digs
Work on Russian Archaeological Digs. Arrangements made for placement on teams uncovering Russia's ancient history
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7. Byzantine Mellon Workshop 2002-3
Professor of Medieval Russian Archaeology, Moscow State University) Old Russian architecture between Byzantium and western Europe
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Center for the Humanties Mellon Workshop, 2002-2003
The Byzantine Commonwealth: East Roman Culture and its Legacy in the Modern World Organized by:
Paul Stephenson
, Rowe Assistant Professor of Byzantine History (History)
Thomas E. A, Dale
With the assistance of:
The 2002-3 Program featured the following speakers:
Byzantine history and national historiography in Southeastern Europe October 17th, 2002: Robert Ousterhout (UIUC)
The Byzantine architectural legacy in Turkey November 7th, 2002: Jonathan Shepard (University of Cambridge)
The Byzantine Commonwealth revisited: now you see it, now you don't November 21st, 2002: Slobodan Curcic (Princeton University)
Byzantine architecture and art in the Balkans: the case of Serbia and modern historiography
The contest for Byzantium as Greek national history
February 6th, 2003: Leonid Beliaev (Fellow, Institute for Research in the Humanities at UW-Madison

8. Eurasian Nomads From Froola
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9. Fulbright Scholar Stories: Leonid Yablonskiy
Very few American archaeologists can read Russian, and very few Russian archaeology books have been published in English. It is a big problem to
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More Stories Fulbright Scholar stories Leonid Yablonskiy , Professor, Department of Scythian-Sarmatian, Institute of Archaeology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
Lecturing : Early Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes
Host: University of California-Santa Barbara, California
October 2000- June 2001 Leonid Yablonskiy came to the U.S. from the Russian Academy of Sciences with over 30 years experience in archaeological excavations in Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. His goal was to broaden theoretical exchange and communication between Russian and American archaeologists on both a professional and personal level.
While researching and collaborating with faculty and students at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Yablonskiy made a significant effort to promote understanding among Russian and American archaeological scholars. During his time in the U.S. he also traveled to New York City, Pittsburgh, PA, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Stanford, and Ann Arbor, MI with the goal of familiarizing students and faculty with knowledge on the Early Eurasian Nomads accumulated in the course of decade-long theoretical studies and field excavations.

10. Russian Culture History And Archaeology
Russian Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Russia.
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  • Afontova culture
    The Afontova culture is the name given to the Upper paleolithic culture in Siberia, 22,000-14,000 years before the present. zSB(3,3)
    Andronovo Culture
    The Andronovo culture is the name given to an Old World sedentary pastoralist society of the Late Bronze Age.
    Archaeology of Weasel Cave
    A joint Russian-American project on the Paleolithic site of Weasel Cave, in North Ossetia, Russia.
    Belkachi Culture
    The Belkachi culture is the named given to a Middle Neolithic culture in the northern Baikal region of Siberia, between 5000-3900 years before the present.
    Maritime Archaeology in Russia
    A discussion of the problems and history of underwater archaeology in the Black Sea, from Peter Sorokin of the Russian Academy of Science.
    Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Branch

    11. Conversation - Moscow Underground
    How important is Moscow to Russian archaeology as a whole? Since the 14th century, Moscow has been the nerve center from which all of Russia's cultural impulses emanated.
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    (Courtesy Leonid Beliaev, Archaeological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences) Leonid Andreevich Beliaev oversees the Moscow division of the Archaeological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He spoke with journalist Marisa Robertson-Textor about his recent discoveries within the Kremlin's walls and the impact that today's frantic pace of building has had upon the city's early remains. Have there been many digs in the Kremlin?
    The heart of medieval Moscow lies within the Kremlin's walls, but ours is the first proper, exhaustive excavation. We're digging in a small area of the Kremlin, in the modern-day botanical garden. What are you finding there?

    12. Nationalism, Politics And The Practice Of Archaeology - Cambridge
    Postscript Russian archaeology after the collapse of the USSR infrastructural crisis and the resurgence of old and new nationalism E. N. Chernykh; 9.
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    13. Archaeology.RU. Bibliography. Leo S. Klejn. Annotations, Abstracts, Autobiograph
    Bibliography (chronological order, in Russian) Archaeology.RU, 2009 Klejn L.S. Leo S. Klejn. Bibliography (thematicall order, in Russian) Archaeology.RU, 2009
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    Klejn L.S.] Leo S. Klejn . Autobiography Archaeology.RU Klejn L.S.] Leo S. Klejn. Bibliography (chronological order, in Russian) Archaeology.RU Klejn L.S.] Leo S. Klejn. Bibliography (thematicall order, in Russian) Archaeology.RU Klejn L.S. Archaeological sources (abstract) Publ. in Russian (1978) by Leningrad University, the second edition (1993) at Farn, St. Petersburg. Abstract and Contents Klejn L.S. Archaeological typology Oxford edition of 1962 is by BAR, Slovenian edition of 1988 by Ljubljana university Russian edition of 1991 by Academy of Scinces of USSR, St. Petersburg Abstract and Contents Klejn L.S. The phenomenon of Soviet archaeology Publ. in Russian (1993) at St. Petersburg by Farn; in Spanish (1993) at Bacelona by Critica; in German (1997) at Frankfurt by Peter Lang Abstract and Contents Klejn L.S. Incorporeal heroes (The Origin of Homeric images) (Abstract)

    14. Library At The Institute For The History Of Material Culture
    publications and Rossica card catalogue with works of home archaeologists published abroad and works of foreign scientists relevant to russian archaeology.
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    INSTITUTE FOR THE HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE
    OF RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES site map news administration archives ... publications of IHMC RAS Library at iHMC rAS (the RAS library's division at IHMC) References are organized in card catalogues of home and foreign monographs and collected papers as well as card catalogues of home and foreign periodicals based on the unique scheme developed by our leading librarians and scientific fellows in the 30-s of the XX c. The catalogues include home and foreign monographs, articles from collected papers and periodicals. In addition there is a card catalogue of IHMC fellows publications and "Rossica" card catalogue with works of home archaeologists published abroad and works of foreign scientists relevant to russian archaeology. Among the librarys long time projects is one to published a series of Bibliographic indexes of soviet archaeological literature (1918-1987), 9 volumes of which have been already published. Free library access is provided for both archaeologists, scholars of other allied sciences and students nation-wide and from foreign countries. Unfortunately card catalogues available greatly limit information access and library service. The importance of the Internet as the way of communication and knowledge distribution has become evident. Creation of an electronic system and free remote access would play a big role to introduce the library's materials to the scientific community.

    15. Intute - Full Record - Russian Archaeology
    This website created by Vladimir Eremenko - graduate of St. Petersburg University - is a unique source for all......Intute Russian archaeology Title Save. Russian archaeology
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    16. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Chinese Art And Architecture: An Annotated List Of Rec
    study of Buddhist art, using various written evidence, physical evidence, and archaeological finds, including those of Russian archaeology.
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    Encyclopedia Smithsonian Art and Design Chinese Art and Architecture: An Annotated List of Recent Works in Western Languages Go to Table of Contents Introduction The Chinese art studies in the West began as early as the mid-19th century, with the focus mainly on ceramics, other decorative arts, and some paintings then known to the West. The intellectual and methodological developments in art history and Sinology, but more profoundly the growth of systematic archaeology in China which resulted in numerous datable materials, provided tremendous impetus to the study of Chinese art, with researchers and art historians making great strides, discovering, confirming, re-constructing and reinterpreting art in China. Archaeological sites and Buddhist caves were visited and documented, translations of Chinese texts and catalogues of Chinese art were published, in which Japanese scholars took the lead with the Western scholars not much behind. In Europe and America, earlier scholars struggled at the beginning to interpret early Chinese art with limited available data. It was the philologers, such as Bernard Karlgren, who first studied inscriptions on bronze vessels, jades and other early art. Max Loehr (1903-1988) was the first one in the U.S.; he wrote

    17. Russian Archaeology Team Discovers Tools Believed To Be 2 Million Years Old. (Or
    Russian archaeology team discovers tools believed to be 2 million years old. (Originated from Seattle Times) find Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service articles. div id= bedoc
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    18. 'Achievements And Problems Of Modern Egyptology' In Moscow - Day One Of The Conf
    Then Dr. Eleonora Kormysheva gave a very interesting and detailed presentation on the Russian Archaeology Mission at Giza, which combines geophysical studies carried out before the
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    Submitted by Dasha on Wed, 09/30/2009 - 12:50 The first day of the ' Achievements and Problems of Modern Egyptology ' conference was full of new discoveries, though it started on a typically soggy Moscow day. After participants arrived at the Presidium of Russian Academy of Sciences on comfortable buses, they went in and received a slightly altered conference program - containing lecture lists and 'Return to Egypt'; a book about the history of Russian Egyptology. The conference started with an opening speech by vise-president of Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander D. Nekipelov, dedicated to the history, development and achievements of Russian archaeology in Egypt, from the research of Vladimir Golenischev to today. The ceremony continued with speeches by a representative from the Ministry of Culture and, of course, Dr. Zahi Hawass The opening speech and lecture by Dr. Hawass focused on recent discoveries and the preservation of Egyptian heritage. Many new museums are created in Egypt, but heritage sites are protected from animals (the highly debated decision of closing Giza pyramids to horses and camels ) - and maybe someday from tourists ( by creating a replica of King Tut's tomb and new route to the Valley of the Kings
    Opening Lecture by The-Man-With-The-Hat
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    19. International Conference Achievements And Problems Of Modern
    Then Dr. Eleonora Kormysheva gave a presentation on the Russian Archaeology Mission at Giza, which combines geophysical studies carried out before the excavation, GPR research and
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    20. Russian Archaeology
    Russian Archaeology
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