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  The History of Eurasia Automotive
Eurasia was a fun place to work, and that translated into tremendous pride of workmanship and a sense of ownership for everyone involved.
Prior to joining Eurasia, Ron was active in motorsport with stints in Can-Am with the Horst Kroll racing team; on the Heimrath Porsche 935 racing team; on the Jacques Villeneuve Can-Am and Indy racing teams; and on the Terry Cleland Porsche 944 and 944 Turbo Cup teams.
Eurasia's extensive collection of used parts was also lost, as were many of the specialty tools acquired over 20+ years of business, which made reopening a rather daunting proposition.
www.eurasia.ca /Pages/History.html   (731 words)

  Eurasia - RecipeFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Eurasia is the landmass composed of Europe and Asia.
Eurasia is also used in international politics as a neutral way to refer to organizations of or affairs concerning the post-Soviet states, in particular Russia, the Central Asian republics, and the Transcaucasian republics.
Eurasia is a large and powerful terrestrial state and member of the Earth Alliance in the Cosmic Era series of the epic anime franchise, Mobile Suit Gundam.
www.recipeland.com /facts/Eurasia   (470 words)

 Eurasia - Karr.net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Eurasia is the Earth's largest continuous landmass covering about 54,000,000 km² compared with the Americas (approximately 42,000,000 km²), Africa (approximately 30,000,000 km²), Antarctica (approximately 13,000,000 km²) and Oceania (9,000,000 km²).
Primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres, Eurasia is considered a supercontinent, part of the supercontinent of Africa-Eurasia or simply a continent in its own right.
Eurasia is also sometimes used in geopolitics as a neutral way to refer to organizations of or affairs concerning the post-Soviet states, in particular Russia, the Central Asian republics, and the Transcaucasian republics. /encyclopedia/Eurasia   (424 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Indian Subcontinent
The region is known as a subcontinent because its geography and geology are distinct from the rest of the continent.
The Eurasian plate, shown in green The Eurasian Plate is a tectonic plate covering Eurasia (a landmass consisting of the continents Europe and Asia) except that it does not cover the Indian subcontinent, the Arabian subcontinent, and the area east of the Verkhoyansk Range in East Siberia.
Eurasia African-Eurasian aspect of Earth Eurasia is the landmass composed of Europe and Asia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Indian-Subcontinent   (3182 words)

 Eurasia Did You Mean Eurasia?
Eurasia is the landmass composed of the continents of Europe and Asia.
Eurasia is also used in international politics as a neutral way to refer to organizations of or affairs concerning the post-Soviet states.
Jared Diamond, in his book Guns, Germs and Steel, crs Eurasia's dominance in world history to the east-west extent of Eurasia and its climate zones, and the availability of Eurasian animals and plants suitable for domestication.
www.did-you-mean.com /Eurasia.html   (377 words)

 Intercontinental Istanbul Eurasia Marathon (history)
Eurasia Marathon is the result of a hope and an enthusiastic expectation for athletics.
Although some problems were suffered at certain points, the organizators achived to schedule the Eurasia Marathon and to solve problems with the downtown traffic, then the German group arrived here.
Arranged annually in a consecutive manner in the past 20 years, one of the most important characteristics of the Eurasia Marathon is that it is aimed for affection, friendship and peace since day one.
www.istanbulmarathon.org.tr /english/e-history.asp   (371 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: History of Mongolia
The most notable alliance of the Mongols however reached far beyond China, under the leadership of Genghis Khan, his empire and the states that emerged from it would play a major role in the history of the 13th and 14th centuries.
History of Mongolia - Offers a history of Mongolia from 1203 to the present.
History of North Korea: Following World War II, Korea, which had been a colonial possession of Japan since 1910, was occupied by the Soviet Union (in the north) and the United States (in the south).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/History-of-Mongolia   (2018 words)

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Since 1993 the DAI, since 1995 represented by the Eurasia Department, has cooperated with the Archeological Institute of the Russian Academy of Science/Moscow, the Museum of Tanais, and the Archeological Laboratory of the State University of Rostov in the excavations in central Tanais.
Eurasia Antiqua 11, 2005 will be a special edition on the conference "Kolonisation - Interaktion - Integration" that took place in Berlin (26.-28.11.2003) on the occasion of 10 years cooperative excavations at Tanais.
The cooperation of 1993-2004 was a joint venture by the Archeological Institute of the Russian Academy of Science/Moscow, the Museum Tanais as well as the Archeological Laboratory of State University Rostov and the Eurasia Department of the German Archaeological Institute.
www.dainst.org /index_600_en.html   (706 words)

 Background Essay no. 75 | Historical Background of the Silk Roads | AskAsia.org
Since the Neolithic Revolution (8,000 to 4,000 BCE in Eurasia, and later elsewhere in the world), agriculturalists and pastoralists have always expanded into territories suitable for their own pursuits, in the process displacing, absorbing, or exterminating neighboring peoples who practice the older lifestyle of hunting and gathering.
The history of the Silk Road has its beginnings in the prior history of long-distance travel, trade, and population movements across the trans-Eurasian steppe belt.
The final chapter in the history of the Silk Road was not one of trade, but of a struggle for control of the region by newly expanding empires.
www.askasia.org /teachers/essays/essay.php?no=75&era=07&grade=04&geo=02   (4112 words)

 Science Fair Projects - History of Eurasia
The history of Eurasia is the collective history of four distinct peripheral coastal regions, East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and Europe linked by the interior mass of the Eurasian steppe.
Another important difference between Europe and the rest of Eurasia is that each of the latter regions has few obstructions internally even though it is ringed by mountains and deserts.
The Iron Age made large stands of timber essential to a nation's success because smelting iron required so much fuel, and the pinnacles of human civilizations gradually moved as forests were destroyed.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/History_of_Eurasia   (623 words)

 History of Eurasia
During this period the Arab world, under the Umayyad, Abbasid and Fatimid caliphates, was the centre of cultural and economic activity in the western half of Eurasia.
Another turning point in the history of the Middle East came when oil was discovered, first in Persia in 1908 and later in Saudi Arabia (in 1938) and the other Persian Gulf states, and also in Libya and Algeria.
History of countries within the region only started to develop independently of each other after European colonialization was at full steam between the 17th and the 20th century.
www.libraryoflibrary.com /E_n_c_p_d_History_of_Eurasia.html   (10354 words)

 History in TutorGig Encyclopedia
This is a list of history articles by continent History of Africa History of the Americas History of Antarctica History of Asia History of Australia History of Eurasia History of Europe History of North..
Public history is the practice of history outside of the traditional academic setting of the university.
The term history of mentalities is a calque on the French histoire des mentalités which might also be translated as history of attitudes, history of world views, a historical movement whose origins are associated..
www.tutorgig.com /es/History+%26+Philosophy   (825 words)

Constituting a remarkable part of the Russian intellectual history of the first half of the 20th century, the Eurasian philosophy is often regarded by its students as the only ideological and political doctrine of the post-1917 emigration that was able to create a synthesis of the old messianic-nationalist Russian idea and the experience of Bolshevism.
The Eurasians considered their own doctrine the climax of a powerful national tradition in the philosophy of history that began with the Slavophiles and was further developed by Nikolai Gogol, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Nikolai Danilevskii, and Konstantin Leontiev.
In the perestroika and postcommunist periods, the Eurasian vision of history has been enlisting support from such different forces as antiliberal centrists exhibiting their reverence to the traditionally strong Russian state, communists, and national patriots.
www.rferl.org /reports/eepreport/2004/01/1-070104.asp   (2536 words)

 Reindeer / Caribou
Caribou live in tundra and boreal forest regions of both Eurasia and North America, on Greenland and on large northern islands.
Today, from the Sami (or "Lapps") in Scandinavia, all across northern Eurasia to the Bering Strait, there are Native peoples who base their economies upon the herding of reindeer.
Despite the long history of cultural contacts and movements across Beringia, reindeer Husbandry was evidently not transmitted to North America until Chukchi and Sami herders and Chukotkan reindeer were brought to Alaska in the late 19th century to teach herding to Eskimos.
www.nps.gov /bela/html/rangifer.htm   (1528 words)

 World History Connected | Vol. 3 No. 2 | Book Review
Chapter 1, "The Worlds of 1300," surveys Africa, the Americas, Eurasia and the "Chinese borderlands" (that is, Japan and Southeast Asia) before recounting the impact of Mongol conquest and empire on Afro-Eurasia.
Chapter 2, "Crises and Recovery in Eurasia, 1300s-1500s," argues that the Mongol collapse and the Black Death prepared the ground for the emergence of the modern world.
AP World History teachers, who must devote a quarter or more of their courses to events before 1200, will need a supplementary text.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/whc/3.2/tr_laichas.html   (1359 words)

 Pravda.RU:YUKOS And American Eurasia Fund Support Business In Russia
YUKOS and the American noncommercial organization, Eurasia Foundation fund have signed the agreement on the joint program of support of small business and municipal development on 1,15 million dollars.
It is the first case in history of Eurasia Foundation of similar cooperation with the Russian company.
Eurasia Foundation, created in 1993 financed by both public, and private sponsors, helps the states in territory of the former USSR in creation of strong market economy within the framework of strong democratic structures.
www.newsfromrussia.com /economics/2002/05/22/29099_.html   (141 words)

 History of Eurasia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1829 he...twin purposes of investigating the natural history and geology of North America...
keep switching between Eurasia and Eastasia and because history is constantly...which would surely contradict the history presented by the government, there...do about it because documented history proves him wrong.
History The history of Central Asia is defined...the Mongol conquest of much of Eurasia.
www.ljseek.com /search/History%20of%20Eurasia   (693 words)

 Bridging World History: Unit 18: Rethinking the Rise of the West: Unit Content Overview
Taken as a whole, this recent work within the field of world history has revised the interpretation and meaning of the rise of the West.
Examines interactions in economics and politics by focusing on systems of trade and international exchange as factors in the rise of the West.
This perception, in turn, encouraged twentieth-century historians to interpret the rise of the West in terms of Europe's differences from the rest of the world.
www.learner.org /channel/courses/worldhistory/unit_overview_18.html   (879 words)

 Английский на "Юбилейке". Работа и учеба зарубежом - ...
In a history of Eurasia one of the major links between the countries, peoples and regions is nomadism, therefore the problematic of a history of nomadism is the main thematic direction of a planned International Eurasian scientific forum.
With a view of the further positive reconsideration of a history of the countries and peoples of Eurasia, a formulation of perspective directions of researches in frameworks
- A history of Kazakhstan in a context of a history of Eurasia
www.english.kg /abroad/conferences/?name=conference758   (311 words)

 Free Online MIT Course Materials | History | MIT OpenCourseWare
The MIT History Faculty offers about 70 subjects in the areas of Ancient, North American, European, East Asian, and Middle Eastern history.
In addition, the History Faculty collaborates with the MIT Program in Science, Technology, and Society, and the Anthropology Program, to offer the doctoral program in the History and Social Study of Science and Technology.
Japan in the Age of the Samurai: History and Film
ocw.mit.edu /OcwWeb/History   (257 words)

 hop - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The commercial hop (Humulus lupulus) is native to Eurasia but is now grown in many temperate regions, notably England, Germany, the United States, South America, and Australia.
The conelike mature female flowers, called hops, are borne on different plants from the male; their loose scales contain lupulin, a yellow resinous powder that is added to beer to impart a bitter flavor and is used medicinally as a tonic and soporific.
Oppositional consciousness within an oppositional realm: the case of feminism and womanism in rap and Hip Hop, 1976-2004.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc.aspx?id=1E1:hop   (574 words)

 Wolves (Canis lupus)
Wolves arose in the middle of the great Ice Age about one million years ago from a lineage of smaller doglike forms native to Eurasia.
They spread to North America across the Bering land bridge early in the Ice Age when it was bared by falling sea level, and renewed contact with the American population each time the bridge re-emerged.
Wolves and people evolved in Ice Age Eurasia and spread throughout a large part of the world in each other's company.
www.nps.gov /bela/html/wolves.htm   (1020 words)

 The Mongol Melting Pot: The interwoven worlds of cooking and medicine in the Mongol empire
Fierce warriors and conquerors, the Mongols are better known for empire building than for contributions to cultural history.
It is a fully introduced and annotated translation of an official dietary manual, presented to the Mongol court in China in 1330, which went on to become the most important text of its kind in China.
The Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series was born out of discussions between specialists in the history of Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern medicine, where it emerged that in all these fields the biggest single hindrance to progress was the lack of reliable root texts of the medical and scientific traditions.
www.wellcome.ac.uk /doc_WTX024072.html   (1021 words)

 The Empire of the Qara Khitai in Eurasian History - Cambridge University Press
$80.00 (C) The empire of the Qara Khitai, which was one of the least known and most fascinating dynasties in the history of Central Asia, existed for nearly a century before it was conquered by the Mongols in 1218.
Their history affords a unique window onto the extensive cross-cultural contacts between China, Inner Asian nomads and the Muslim world in the period preceding the rise of Chinggis Khan.
Her book explores a range of topics including the organization of the army, the position of women, the image of China in Muslim Central Asia,the religions of the Qara Khitai and the legacy they left for the Mongols.
www.cambridge.org /us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521842263   (327 words)

 Kegan Paul: Publishing the World
Using original Chinese histories beginning with the first Chinese references to the nomads "whose country was on the back of a horse," Professor Parker traces the rise and fall of the seven great Tartar empire who fought the Chinese for control of North China for a thousand years.
Famous battles, ingenious military strategies, dynastic struggles, ritual sacrifices, royal intrigues and the rivalries of the Tartar harems are described in detail, as is the Tartar way of life in which children are taught to ride from infancy, and to believe that force was their only law.
With a full index and five maps, this is a key work for readers interested in the early history of Eurasia, and in a legendarly people who remain a subject of enduring fascination.
www.keganpaul.com /product_info.php?cPath=30&products_id=817   (247 words)

 Category "Eurasia" - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Articles related to Eurasia, with a particular focus on areas on the border of Europe and Asia (Baltic, Turkey, Afghan, etc)
There are 6 subcategories to this category shown below (more may be shown on subsequent pages).
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Category:Eurasia contains research on
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Category/Eurasia   (92 words)

 History of Kazakhstan:Turkestan
Located in the center of Eurasia, Kazakhstan has long found itself at the crossroads of the world’s most ancient civilizations and trade routes.
It has been a land of social, economic and cultural exchange between East and West, North and South, and between the major players in Eurasia.
At different stages of its history, various states emerged and developed in the land which became today’s Kazakhstan.
www.kazakhembus.com /History.html   (887 words)

 John Stone Fitness: Books: Hungarians and Europe in the Early Middle Ages: An Introduction to Early Hungarian History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The early history of Hungarians is embedded into the history of Eurasia and special attention is given to the relationship of the Hungarians with the Khazars and the Bulghar-Turks.
The first part of the book deals with methods and sources which can be used for elucidating the ancient history of the Hungarians, relying on research in linguistics, archaeology, anthropology and natural history.
It reconstructs and examines their early political and social structure, the economy, and religion, and compares the Hungarian medieval process with the ethnogenetic processes of the Germanic, Slavic and Turkic people.
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