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  • The title in the original language
    Nenets children's fairy tale and mystery
  • Translation of the original titles of record in Russian language
    Nenets children's fairy tale and mystery
  • Language
    Nenets and tundra dialect, Taimyr dialect
  • Genre
    tale, prose
  • Recording date
  • Artist/Lee
    Lublin Marina Dmitrievna
  • Collector/Li
    Komarov (Nanyang) Love Census
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Nenets children's fairy tale and mystery 2009-03-12 12:58:35
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Interesting fact:

The Nenets (self — Nenets; former names — Samoyeds, uraki), a people inhabiting a large area from the Kola Peninsula to the right Bank (downstream) of the Yenisei. Speak Nenets language. Samoyedic-speaking ancestors of the Nenets, some of which was probably familiar with the reindeer, in the 1st Millennium B. C. under the pressure of nomadic pastoral tribes relocated from the taiga and forest-steppe regions of southern Siberia, where they mingled with the aboriginal hunting and fishing population (in the traditions of the Nenets last called Siirt). The Nenets led a nomadic life. The basis of their economy was pastoral reindeer herding, land and sea hunting, fishing. Before the October revolution of 1917 large remnants of the clan system existed pronounced inequality. Part of the Nenets perceived Orthodoxy, the majority adhered to animistic beliefs, widespread shamanism.