The materials of the Depository as a means of preservation.
The report read at the scientific-practical conference "national digital sound Depository - sound heritage of Russia" November 19-22, 2008, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district, Salekhard, District Museum and exhibition complex. I. S. Shemanovskyread more
IASA-TC 03, The Safeguarding of the Audio Heritage: Ethics, Principles and Preservation Strategy, Version 3, December 2005
The purpose of this document In the increasingly widespread introduction of digital technology, the members of the International Association of sound and...read more
An overview of linguistic and geographical situation in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, occupying a vast territory in 750 000 square kilometres in North-Eastern Siberia, has a small population in the district lives only about 542,7 thousand people (2008)...read more
Khanty (self, Hanta — people), the people of the Ugric group. Live by the Ob, the Irtysh and their tributaries in the Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous districts of Tyumen region, and also in the Tomsk region. Speak Khanty language. There are three ethnographic groups: Northern, southern and Eastern. South (Irtysh) Khanty mixed with Russian and Tatar populations. Features of the traditional culture of the 19th century saved the West and especially the Northern Khanty (shelter, clothing, transportation, art). Ethnogenesis Khanty began at the end of the 1st Millennium BC on the basis of mixing of natives and newcomers Ugric tribes (Ust-poljska culture). Khanty kindred Muncie.
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