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In the News (Mon 22 Dec 14)

  
  Khanty people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Khanty (obsolete: Yugra, Ostyaks) are an endangered ethnic group calling themself Khanti, Khande, Kantek (Khanty), living in the autonomous region Khantia-Mansia in Russian Federation, together with Mansi peoples.
The Khanty are one of the few indigenous minorities of Siberia with an autonomy in the form of an okrug (autonomous district).
The Khanty language is a language belonging to the Ugric branch of the Uralic languages, consisting of ten dialects, divided into southern, northern and eastern subgroups, and closely related to the Mansi language.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Khant_peoples   (488 words)

  
 Ïðîåêòíàÿ ñåòü "Áóäóùåå Çåìëè": KHANTY REINDEER HERDERS OF NORTHWESTERN SIBERIA HAVE FOUGHT ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Khanty and other herders in the Siberian taiga are seminomadic, - moving among established seasonal camps that màó be separated by several miles.
The Khanty explain that the bear is the son of Torum, master of the upper, or sacred, region of the cosmos.
Khanty children are told never to have dinner with strangers in the woods, because they màó be invisible ðåî-ðlå who have materialized.
projects.paideia.ru /archives/2004/03/000190.html   (4642 words)

  
 Khanty Language
The Khanty language is one of two Ob-Ugric languages (the other being Mansi), which together with Hungarian comprise the Ugric branch of the Finno-Ugric group of Uralic language family.
Khanty is predominantly an agglutinative language with no prepositions and numerous affixes, each of which expresses a particular function.
Khanty being one of the biggest and complex ethnic groups of the North Western Siberia generally preserved their total population number: 1926 - 22306 pers., 1950 - 19410 pers., 1970 - 21138 pers., 1979 - 20934 pers., 1989 - 22521 pers., thus natural growth of the population was either absent or compensated by assimilation processes.
www.policy.hu /~filtchenko/khanty_language.htm   (2053 words)

  
 Sample text for Library of Congress control number 99022818
Khanty outrage at the forced relocation of numerous villages and the destruction of much of their environment by the energy industry has been expressed throughout the 1990s, beyond their tentative cries of anguish in 1986-89.
Khanty like to shoot at energy prospectors, and it has gotten quite dangerous to venture into the woods of the Eastern Khanty Surgut region." He concluded, "Let the few pitiful Khanty who are left on this earth live in town.
Khanty individuals have long been nurturers of a valued yet changing culture and reshapers of outside messages, as their nineteenth-century revitalization movements testify and their current responses to educational, political, and economic developments reveal.
www.loc.gov /catdir/samples/prin031/99022818.html   (8735 words)

  
 Mysteries of the Golden Woman of Ugra - by Paul Stonehill
Although the Khanty became (or were forced to become) Russian Orthodox Christians in the 17th and 18th centuries, they retained some of their beliefs and customs.
Russian explorers, such as G. Dunkin-Gorchavin who studied the Khanty in the beginning of the twentieth century, had this to say about them: they were extremely honest, peaceful, of good heart; they never fought among themselves, and created a system of shared welfare that eliminated poverty from their ranks.
But alcoholism and suicide plague the Khanty and Mansi: they lost their national identity, traditional livelihood, are unable to really conform to the industrial mode of life due to cultural differences, and often become social outcasts.
www.world-mysteries.com /pstonehill_1.htm   (7876 words)

  
 assemblage 4 -- Guests in the Holy Forest
The Khanty inhabit the taiga forest and swamplands of the River Ob in Western Siberia and were traditionally hunter-fisher-gatherers and in some areas reindeer herders on a small scale.
Khanty women are thought to pollute rituals, especially in the presence of male spirits.
The Khanty care passionately about their dead and fear that if the dead are not settled in the underworld, the gateway of which is the graveyard, then they will return and drag the souls of the living down too.
www.shef.ac.uk /assem/4/4jordan.html   (3745 words)

  
 TURAN - KHANTY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The formation of the Khanty is based on the culture of ancient indigenous Uralic tribes, which were engaged in hunting and fishery.
The Khanty is one of the few indigenous minorities of Siberia with an autonomy in the form of the autonomous okrug.
The traditional occupations of the Khanty are fishery, taiga hunting and reindeer herding.
www.hunmagyar.org /khaman/khant.html   (1493 words)

  
 Khanty Indigenous Tribe Harmed By Russian oil Industry
Khanty who live along the river traditionally have been the fisherman while Khanty living on the upper reaches of the river devote their time primarily to hunting.
The Khanty are being deprived of their main sources of income from the sale of deerskin and furs and are thus becoming impoverished (see- "Twilight of the Reindeer Herders?" by Geoff Winestock).
The Khanty also tend to move from settlements on the rivers inland during winter, and live in homes built of wood as opposed to the summer homes which are essentially tents made of animal skins.It should be noted that summer in Siberia is still quite cold.
www.american.edu /TED/russoil.htm   (2564 words)

  
 BLACK SNOW:
This period was marked by the forcible relocation of Khanty families from their traditional family hunting territories (on Agan River) or by the destruction of the natural resources of occupied family territories (on lower Pim and Trom-Agan river systems) which eventually forced the families to voluntarily relocate.
Those Khanty who had been forcibly relocated or who had voluntarily removed to villages at an earlier time were thus summarily declared to have no right to use lands on which they still hunted and fished in order to feed their families.
The reason for this destruction is clear, and threatens other Khanty sacred high places: in the Ob= Basin, the few hills that exist are the principal source of sand used to construct the raised roadbeds, drilling and construction pads required as part of the infrastructure associated with the expansion of petroleum development.
www.nmsu.edu /~english/hc/IMPACTOIL.html   (5531 words)

  
 GeoNative - Nenets - Selkup - Mansi - Khanty
Mansi herria (Vogul ere esaten zaie) eta Khanti herria dira Hungariarren hizkuntza ahaide hurbilenak.
Khanti herria Siberiako ipar-mendebaldean bizi da, Ob ibaiaren inguruetan: Khanti-Mansien Barruti Autonomoan (hiriburua: Khanti-Mansisk); Jamalo-Nenets Barruti Autonomoan, eta Konda eta Irtix ibaien inguruetan Tomsk Probintzian.
Most conscious Khanty are working towards the formation of autonomous national regions at the rivers Kazym and Sosva, where the exploitation of oil and gas deposits would be banned.
www.geocities.com /Athens/9479/nenets.html   (1057 words)

  
 The history of Khanty-Mansiysk,Arms of Khanty-Mansiysk,Khanty-Mansiysk today,Khanty-Mansiysk town
The town of Khanty-Mansiysk is the capital of Khanty Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug — Ugra.
According to the Irtysh khanty people, chugas is a never flooding island that rises over the flood-plain land of the river and is covered with taiga forest.
Samarovsky chugas presents a large massive of the dark coniferous, fur and cedar forest that is divided by Gagarin’s street into two parts — exterior one that passes to the suburban zone and interior one that is situated between samarovsky and central parts of the town.
www.ugra-service.ru /english/khanty-mansiysk_en.htm   (1584 words)

  
 Khanty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Look at the shawl, a married khanty woman should cover her face - maybe a Muslim tradition because of close relation to the Tatars.
The Khanty cattle house is interesting because it is similar to Saami animal houses (for cows or sheep) with possibilities for drying grass.
The Khanty cattle house (with cow in front) is interesting because it is similar to Saami animal houses (for cows or sheep) with possibilities for drying grass.
articles.ravna.no /photos/indigenous_people_khanty.htm   (620 words)

  
 NENETS AND KHANTY "CHARACTER"
The aim of the article is to explain the general or background attitudes towards the Khanty and Nenets people in the 19th century (as well as towards their world view) in ethnographic literature during the period under discussion.
The image of Khantys and Nenets in the publications of the authors discussed below, is a certain outlook on these cultures and on the 'character' of the bearers of these cultures.
The presented arguments about the Khanty and Nenets people which seem quite contradictory at first might be reduced to a general conception of 4 factors which had influenced the development of the natives of West-Siberia.
haldjas.folklore.ee /folklore/vol12/charactr.htm   (4093 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Khanty continue to live in widely scattered extended family settlements at the center of their traditional family hunting territories.
Different Khanty clans even today claim traditional use rights to different river systems tributary to the Ob=, in part because they believe their lineage was founded by divine ancestors who were also responsible for the creation of the river systems on which the majority of the clan lives.
Khanty believe that they depend on the spirits living in these places for luck in fishing and good fortune generally, and try to make the spirits more benificent by throwing offerings of money or dried bread into the water.
www.nmsu.edu /~english/hc/paris.html   (5255 words)

  
 Eesti Rahva Muuseum
The Khanty could roughly be divided into three groups — the Northern, the Eastern, and the Southern Khanty, differentiated from each other by their language, life style and details of world outlook.
The Khanty attach great importance to offering sacrifices to their gods and local spirits, since good luck in hunting and fishing — and accordingly, the survival of the people — is thought to depend on the favour of gods.
The episode recalls Gondatti’s account of the Northern Khanty who maintain that the sky god provides the god of underworld with a list of those doomed to die, and the latter refers to it when selecting the souls to be herded to his realm (Kulemzin 1984: 126).
www.erm.ee /?node=142   (4138 words)

  
 Khanty peoples deny permission to auction traditional lands for oil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Khanty peoples of the Khanty-Mansiysk region in North Priobskoye on the Ob River in Siberia have rejected a proposal made in March by the regional government to auction off their traditional lands for oil development.
Now throughout the area, oil spills and ongoing pollution flen the wetlands, raised roads trap water causing flooding and ruining the forests, fires caused by oilworker carelessness and petroleum soaked debris send columns of smoke into the air while acid rain blights huge areas of land.
And now, Chicago-based Amoco has begun preparing for oil exploration activities in the Khanty territory in a joint venture with Yuganskneftegaz, a subsidiary of Yukos, one of the five biggest oil companies in Russia.
www.hartford-hwp.com /archives/56/001.html   (483 words)

  
 Mysteries of the Golden Woman of Ugra
The ancient Uralic Proto-language was in use between the Volga Bend in Eastern Russia and the Ob River in Western Siberia.
Mansi settled closer to the Urals, upon its slopes, on left tributaries of the Ob River, Konda and the North Sosva.
And yet, despite all the antireligious and terror measures employed by the Communist Party, the shamans and shamanism survived in Siberia until the present.
www.ufoinfo.com /news/goldenwoman.shtml   (7964 words)

  
 Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Marathon to buy Khanty Mansiysk Oil
Khanty Mansiysk Oil, according to Marathon, is developing nine oil fields in the Khanty-Mansiysk region of western Siberia.
Marathon said its own estimates of Khanty Mansiysk Oil's operational and financial measures, including reserves and future production estimates, will be different from those available through public sources.
Khanty Mansiysk Oil was founded in 1993 as Ural Petroleum to provide service to Western oil companies getting into the former Soviet Union.
www.gasandoil.com /goc/company/cnr32066.htm   (474 words)

  
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During the past five millennia the Khanty have adapted themselves to significant climactic changes and to historical influences from Bronze Age Indo-Iranians, medieval Tartars, and, from the end of the sixteenth century, Russians.
The Southern Khanty were virtually incorporated into Russian society by the middle of this century and no longer live a traditional life style.
Khanty thus believe that sacred power has been historically invested in both the landscape and the lineage.
www.nmsu.edu /~english/hc/hckhanty.html   (582 words)

  
 Khanty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jointly with the Mansi and Hungarians, the Khanty language comprises the Ugric groups of the Finno-Ugric languages.
Similar to that of the Ob Ugrians, the ethnogenesis of the Khanty is far from being understood.
In this case, some the southern (Irtysh) Khanty were eager to ensure their safety and turned to Ermak on their own to obtain the Moscow patronage.
www.raipon.org /Web_Database/khant.html   (1651 words)

  
 Khanty: Bibliographical guide
For preparatory grade of the Khanty primary school in the language of the Shuryshkar Khantys.
Khanty: A textbook for preparatory grade in Kazym Khanty.
For the preparatory grade of Khanty primary school.
www.tooyoo.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp /Russia/bibl/Khanty.html   (1527 words)

  
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Eastern Khanty are subsistence hunters and fishermen, sometimes reindeer herders, who still maintain their clan system, their native religion and language, and their traditional way of life in widely separated extended family settlements on traditional hunting territories, often a day or more by boat from telephones and electricity.
The Khanty families who live along these rivers in more than fifty extended family settlements, were compelled to sacrifice their winter hunting territories as land for the new zapovednik.
There are approximately 850 Khanty on the Yugan, the last nearly pristine territory of native living in the region, and their traditional way of life is being overwhelmed by oil.
www.nmsu.edu /~english/hc/hcbiosphere.html   (1331 words)

  
 NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies
Khanty live along the lower reaches of North-West Siberia: Khanty-Mansi, Yamalo-Nenetsiya (2 autonomous okrugs within the Tyumen oblast), Tomsk oblast.
A fur tax was introduced and the Khanty were officially converted to Orthodoxy, but the vast and wild terrain made it possible for the Khant escape serious exploitation and oppression.
In the 19th c., Russian entrepreneurs had begun to steal Khanty land and fishing grounds depite the protective laws established by the reforming governor Mikhail Speranskiy in 1819-22.
www.nupi.no /cgi-win/Russland/etnisk_b.exe?Khant   (575 words)

  
 'We protest against the destruction of our land   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Even those Khanty who were not forcibly removed to make way for oil companies had no choice but to leave their land, as the game they hunted had been driven away and they could not fish in the oil-polluted rivers.
The 847 Khanty of the Yugan region, consisting of more than 40 extended families, are one of the last groups of Khanty whose land and sacred sites have not been destroyed by oil exploitation.
The leader of the Yugan Khanty has pleaded with the authorities not to allow this to happen and Survival is adding its voice to that of the Yugan Khanty, calling for their rights to the ownership and control of their land to be recognised and respected.
www.suri.ee /khant.html   (545 words)

  
 The Nenets and Khanty of Northern Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Arctic reindeer pastoralists, the Yamal Nenets and Khanty traveled great distances up and down the peninsula, moving from northern tundra pastures in summer to the more protected sub-Arctic taiga in winter.
The culture and technology of the Nenets and Khanty were well adapted to the nomad pastoralist lifestyle of this arctic environment.
In such circumstances, questions about gas development can be addressed with little if any serious negotiations - or a few urban-based native elites, strongly influenced by regional bureaucrats and powerful industrial managers, could sign documents that fail to solve the problems of land, resources, and compensation in an equitable manner.
arcticcircle.uconn.edu /HistoryCulture/Russia/nenets.html   (535 words)

  
 Khanty Bear Feast Songs
The Khantys living by the Ob river believed that the soul of the dying visited the abodes of Kaltash and the World Surveyor Man, before descending to the underworld.
The Khanty bear-feast songs collected and published by Steinitz are undoubtedly a valuable material to be studied, the more so as a number of texts have been written down while performed in singing.
Beast - in Khanty woi, in Mansi ui - is one of the euphemisms for bear.
haldjas.folklore.ee /folklore/vol6/steinitz.htm   (4697 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area (CIS And Baltic Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Russians comprise two thirds of the area's population, and there are small minorities of Khanty (Ostyaks) and Mansi (Voguls), both of whom belong to the Finno-Ugric linguistic family.
The Khanty, who were under the control of the Siberian Tatars, opposed Russian conquest and rule from the 16th through the 18th cent.
The Mansi have been in the area since the 11th cent.; they, too, resisted Muscovite domination.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/K/KhantyMa.html   (367 words)

  
 The Khanty of Western Siberia
We have made extensive fieldwork visits among the Khanty of the Yugan every year since then.  It very quickly became clear that some urgent steps needed to to be taken.
The proposed Yuganskii Khanty Biosphere Reserve would combine the land base of the Yuganskii Zapovednik with the land base more than 40 Khanty traditional family hunting territories along the Bolshoi and Malyi Yugan Rivers, which embrace the Zapovednik on east and the west like two arms.
Shortly thereafter that KMAO "cancelled" all acts on native lands, claiming that Moscow had said the the laws were not in the correct form.   The okrug administration, headed by A. Filipenko,  also required re-registration of national communities.   Filipenko promised to form commission to review the law on national comuntiies, but the commission was never formed.
arcticcircle.uconn.edu /SEEJ/Khanty/eastkhanty.html   (1231 words)

  
 Mirago : Regional: Europe: Russia: Society and Culture: Nationalities: Arctic and Siberian: Khanty
Khanty Mansi Oil Development - Case study from the TED (Trade Environment Database) on oil drilling and the consequences for the Khanty Mansi people and land.
Khanty - Overview article from RAIPON (Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North).
Khanty - Profile of the Khanty people, from NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies.
www.miragorobot.com /scripts/dir.aspx?cat=Top/Regional/Europe/Russia/Society_and_Culture/Nationalities/Arctic_and_Siberian/Khanty   (216 words)

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