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  Siberia - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Siberia's administrative units are the Altai, Buryat, Khakass, and Tuva republics, the Altai and Krasnoyarsk territories, the Omsk, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo, Irkutsk, and Chita regions, and the Taymyr, Ust-Ordyn-Buryat, and Evenki autonomous areas.
Siberia may be divided, from north to south, into the zones of vegetation that run across Russia—the tundra (extending c.200 mi/320 km inland along the entire Arctic coast), the taiga, the mixed forest belt, and the steppe zone.
Siberia was used as a penal colony and a place of exile for political prisoners; among the latter there emerged (especially after the exile of leaders of the Decembrist Conspiracy of 1825) a small but vocal Siberian intelligentsia, who agitated for an end of Siberia's colonial status.
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 Siberia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Siberia was occupied by differing groups of nomads such as the Yenets, the Nenets, the Huns, and the Uyghurs.
Siberia is filled with natural resources and during the 20th century these were developed, and industrial towns cropped up throughout the region.
When Siberia was referenced, it was always as a punishment: for instance, if a Soviet agent failed in a mission against the United States, the end of the program might show the agent receiving news from his superiors that he was being sent to Siberia.
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 Siberia - MSN Encarta
Evidence of these settlements is abundant in southern Siberia, which was drawn into the trade that flourished along the ancient Silk Road linking China with imperial Rome.
Siberia’s harsh climate, poor roads, and limited food supplies kept the Russian population in the region small until 1861, when the Russian imperial government freed the country’s serfs (peasants legally bound to the land they worked) and significant migration began.
Among those exiled during the 17th and 18th centuries were the archpriest Avvakum, who had defied the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church; Aleksandr Menshikov, the favorite of Peter the Great, who succumbed to court intrigue after the emperor’s death; and progressive writer and critic of serfdom Aleksandr Radishchev.
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 Siberia Facts
Siberia extends from the Ural Mountains on the west to the Pacific Ocean on the east and southward from the Arctic Ocean to the hills of north-central Kazakstan and the borders of Mongolia and China.
Siberia is notorious for the length and severity of its almost snowless winters: in Sakha, minimum temperatures of -90º F (-68º C) have been recorded.
Southern Siberia was part of the Mongols' khanate of the Golden Horde from the 10th to the mid-15th century.
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 Siberia Khanate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Siberia Khanate is an anachronistic rendering of its actual name Khanate of Sibir, a Tatar khanate in the later Russian Siberia.
The descendants of the khan's family became known as the Princes Sibirsky and the family is known to have survived until at least the late 19th Century.
In a sense, the khanate lived on in the subsidiary title "Tsar of Siberia" which became part of the full imperial style of the Russian Autocrats.
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 SEND International Christian World Missions - Siberia - History
Russia's conquest of the Tatar khanate was completed in 1598, and during the 17th century Russia annexed all of westerm Siberia.
Russian settlement of Siberia was spurred by groups of zemleprokhodtsy (literally, "crossers of land"), who came mostly from north European Russia and traversed the easy portages linking the east-west Siberian river systems to pioneer new forts and trading communities.
From the early 17th century, Siberia was used as a penal colony and a place of exile for political prisoners.
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 Siberia
The growing power of Russia to the east began to undermine the Khanate in the 16th century.
If Siberia were to secede from Russia, it would be the world's second-largest country, with only Canada being larger.
Siberia has a population density of only 3 persons per square kilometer.
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 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : Siberia
The other group that was sent to Siberia consisted of prisoners exiled from western Russia or Russian-held territories like Poland (see katorga).
Siberia's temperate climate make it a prime land for growth in these areas, as the Siberian weather is warm with large levels of precipitation.
In the winter, Southern Siberia sits near the center of the semi-permanent Siberian High, so winds are usually light in the winter.
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 Siberia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
E Siberia’s important cities include Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Cheremkhovo, Yakutsk, and Chita; but most of the region is sparsely populated because of the extreme rigors of the climate and the difficulties of communication.
Russian settlement of Siberia on a large scale began only with the construction (1892–1905) of the Trans-Siberian RR, after which the eastward migratory movement reached major proportions.
Siberia played a key role in the Russian civil war of 1918–20 (see Russian Revolution).
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 Golden Horde
The Golden Horde (also Kipchak Khanate) was a Mongol state established by Batu Khan, a grandson of Genghis Khan, when the Mongols invaded Russia.
By the end of the century the Siberia Khanate was also part of Russia.
The Khanate of the Crimea allied itself with the Ottoman Empire, however, and remained outside of Russia's control until the reign of Catherine the Great.
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 Eastern Siberia
To the north, Eastern Siberia extends to the Tajmyr Peninsula on the Arctic Ocean; to the east, the mighty Lena River; to the south, Mongolia and China; and to the west, the Yenisei River.
At the end of the 16th century, Russia officially added new lands of Western and Eastern Siberia to its territory and settlement was initiated by groups of zemleprokhodtsy (literally, "crossers of land"), who came mostly from European Russia to pioneer new forts and trading communities.
From the early 17th century, Eastern Siberia was used as a penal colony and a place of exile for political prisoners.
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 Siberian Products | Welcome To Siberia
It is empty because, though Siberia includes 23 percent of Eurasian territory, it claims less than 1 percent of the continent's population.
It is true that Siberia became a place of exile during the early 1700s and remained that for long after, but most Siberian settlers have been free migrants.
Among the political entities emerging after the breakup of the Mongol state of the Golden Horde in the mid-15th century was the Tatar Khanate of Sibir.
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 Siberia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Siberia was occupied by differing groups of nomads such as the
If Siberia were to secede from Russia, it would be the world's largest country.
Siberia has a population density of only 3 people per square kilometer.
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 The Mongol Khanate
The Khanate of Baghdad — the Middle East east of Egypt, Turkey, and the Mediterranean coastline.
Because of this autonomy, the UKA is currently at war with the Ukrainian Khanate, the Caucasian Khanate, and the Khanate of Baghdad, but not with the others..
The Khanate of the Greater Rus does its best to keep UKA and Commonwealth merchants out of its territory and is expanding its influence into Poland.
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 Eurasian Studies 201 Handouts: Siberia Becomes Russian
A few particularly notorious violators were punished and even executed, but Siberia was too large, its population too lawless, and Moscow too far away for effective government control of all of the abuses.
And in the steppes of Southern Siberia, many of the tribes already paid fur tribute to either the Kirgiz Turks (the ancestors of the modern Kazakhs) or to the powerful Oirats (the Western Mongols some of whom were soon to emigrate to Europe to become the Kalmyks).
These states, although not located in Siberia proper, extended their influence across the steppes and into the southern taiga, making it difficult for the Russians to assimilate this area for many decades.
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 SIBERIA MAPPING
Siberia is a part of Asian territory of Russia.
At the beginning of the 18th century Russian possession in the North and East of Siberia reached natural borderlands (with small exceptions): the frontier on the South followed the boundary between forests and steppes, the foothill of Altai and Sayan Mountains, Yablonovy and Stanovoi Ranges.
The astronomical determination of a number of points in Siberia (considering Siberia and Far East) were made, “Baikal Sea” and the most important Siberian rivers were mapped.
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 Zazizam.com : Education - Siberia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Siberia (Russian: Сиби́рь, common English transliterations: Sibir’, Sibir; Tatar: Seber) is a vast region of Russia and northern Kazakhstan constituting almost all of northern Asia.
The area was conquered by the Mongols in the 13th century and eventually became the autonomous Siberian Khanate.The growing power of Russia to the east began to undermine the Khanate in the 16th century.
The other group that was sent to Siberia consisted of prisoners exiled from western Russia.The first great change to Siberia was the Trans-Siberian railway, constructed in 1891 - 1905.
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 WHKMLA : History of Siberia, 1584-1700
The KHANATE OF SIBIR, having split off the Khanate of the Golden Horde in the early 15th century, was conquered by a Cossack army lead by YERMAK in 1584.
Sibir, a comparatively small khanate in western Siberia, was to give it's name to the entire mass of land between the Ural mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
Russian rule over the vast regions of Siberia did not change the lifestyle of it's inhabitants very much, as the Russians, because of the vast distance and the harsh climate, were only rarely seen in most areas, concentrated around a few fortified cities, and were interested mainly in purchasing fur.
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 Siberia - Toseeka Search Results
Johannes Cieplak, coadjutor of Mohileff, traversed all Siberia and Saghalian.
In the northern hemisphere there are birds such as puffins, murres, and auklets that fill many of the same ecological niches as penguins do in the south, and some birds like the now extinct great auk were even closer to being penguin-like in their habits.
Geographically, Siberia includes the federal subjects of the Urals Federal District, Siberian Federal District and Sakha Republic, which is a part of the Far Eastern Federal District (see a list of subjects below).
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 Siberia - Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This article refers to Siberia as a whole; for specific information about the current administrative region, see Siberian Federal District.
The first great change to Siberia was the Trans-Siberian railway, constructed in 1891 - 1903.
This became so frequent that "Siberia" came to be used as metaphor for exile and punishment: "a bureaucratic Siberia" ([1],[2])
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 Golden Horde Summary
None of these new Khanates was stronger than Muscovite Russia, which finally broke free of Tatar control by 1480.
By the end of the century the Siberia Khanate was also part of Russia, and descendants of its ruling khans entered Russian service.
The Khanate of Crimea became a vassal state of the Ottoman Empire in 1475 and subjugated what remained of the Great Horde by 1502.
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 Siberia
Siberia (, Sibir’; Tatar: Seber) is a vast region of Russia and northern Kazakhstan constituting almost all of Northern Asia.
Some sources say that it originates from the Turkic for "sleeping land." Another version is that this name was the tribal name of Sibirs, Eurasian nomads, later assimilated to Siberian Tatars.
This became so frequent that "Siberia" came to be used as metaphor for exile and punishment: "a bureaucratic Siberia" (
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 Sibir (Siberia) Khanate
The first fossils of humans pertaining to the period 40 thousand years ago that had remained from the Palaeolithic era have been found within the environs of Obi and Yenisey Rivers and the Lake Baikal.
The remains of the Neolithic era have been found in all the regions of Siberia.
In the historical resources, the word of "Sibir" (afterwards, "Siberia") was firstly used since the century XIII.
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 siberia
Siberia (, Sibir;) is a vast region of Russia constituting almost all of Northern Asia.
The Khan of Sibir in the vicinity of modern Tobolsk was known as a prominent figure who endorsed Kubrat as Khagan in Avar in 630.
With a growing season being of about 150-180 days in a year, Southern Siberia is good enough for profitable agriculture, as was proven in the early twentieth century.
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 Siberia: History
The Neolithization of Siberia and the Russian Far East: radiocarbon evidence.
Religious revival as reaction to the hegemonization of power in Siberia in the 1920s to 1940s.
From Riga to Siberia: the reforms outside Moscow.
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 Wikinfo | Golden Horde
The Golden Horde (also known as Kipchak Khanate) was a Mongol state established in Russia by Batu Khan, a grandson of Genghis Khan.
It was one of the four Mongol successor kingdoms in the wake of the Mongol empire, the others being the Ilkhanid Dynasty of Persia, the Chagatai Khanate in Central Asia, and the Yuan Dynasty of China.
By the end of the century the Siberia Khanate was also part of Muscovy.
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 Siberia Khanate information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It broke up into four separate Khanates: the mighty Khanate of Kazan, the Khanate of Astrakhan, the Khanate of Crimea which would become tributary to the Ottoman Turks and the remote and weak Siberia Khanate, which is an anachronistic rendering of its actual name Khanate of Sibir.
Some parts of Khanate also included Sibir Duchy that exist in 14th century at the North of Golden Horde, Mansi, Khanty and Nenets lands.
In a sense, the khanate lived on in the subsidiary title "Tsar (i.e.
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 Tobolsk City Information Siberia
Tobolsk was founded by Yermak's Cossacks in 1585-86 during the first Russian advance into Siberia near the ruins of Siberia Khanate's capital Qashliq.
It became the seat of the Viceroy of Siberia and prospered on the trade with China and Bukhara.
Daniel Defoe made his Robinson Crusoe stay in Tobolsk from September 1703 to June 1704.Tobolsk is the only town in Siberia and one of the few in Russia which has a standing stone kremlin, or elaborate city-fortress, built at the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries.
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 Golden Horde - China-related Topics GM-GP - China-Related Topics
It was one of the four Mongol successor kingdoms in the wake of the Mongol Empire, the others being the Ilkhanate Dynasty of Persian EmpirePersia, the Chagatai Khanate in Central Asia, and the Yuan Dynasty of China.
The Khanate of the Crimea became a vassal state of the Ottoman Empire in 1475 and in 1502 it conquered and annexed what remained of the Golden Horde.
Under the protection of the Ottomans, the Khanate of Crimea continued its existence until annexed by Russia on April 8 1783 under the reign of Catherine II of RussiaCatherine the Great.
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