Tungus


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a member of the Tungus speaking people of Mongolian race who are a nomadic people widely spread over eastern Siberia

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the Tungusic language of the Evenki in eastern Siberia

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11) In this perspective, de Martino quoted long passages from The Psychomental Complex as evidence for the reality of magical powers among the Tungus.
The Ainu, suspected as having Indo-European origins, inhale a species of wild rosemary Ledum palustre, as did Tungus shamans for trance purposes.
traces it back to Tungus languages and discusses its character as a taboo-word.
4) Los Jurchen son los descendientes de los tungus, que habitaron en el territorio de Manchuria, donde fundaron el mencionado reino de Parje.
He borrowed the word used by the Siberian Tungus to describe their healers and medicine people - "saman.
Nevski, que descifro los jeroglificos tungus y que, a titulo postumo, recibiria el Premio Lenin en 1962.
Five families originated from settlements in a high-incidence middle Viliui region with a rural population of 10,000, composed of remnants of the indigenous Tungus (Evenk) tribes that have been largely assimilated by the dominant Yakut (Sakha) people.
On June 3% 1908, hundreds of acres of forest in the Tunguska Basin, which is in Eastern Siberia, between the Yenisei and the Lena rivers, where the Tungus live, was flattened by an enormous explosion.
Los mas relativistas, prefieren estudiar o enfatizar "boasianamente" (4) la especificidad de cada pueblo o etnia con su chamanismo peculiar y dar cuenta de la manera en que se manifiesta particularmente como chamanismo tungus, huichol, inuit, guajiro, jibaro, lapon, boriato,
La gente poblo este lugar de la Tierra hace millones de anos y fueron los daur, los ducher y los tungus los que vivian en esas montanas y valles,algunos de ellos de origen chino y otros mongol.
Tungus, most notably Evenk, and nonagropastoralist Sakha were the reindeer-herding inhabitants of the Viliui Regions prior to colonization by Sakha agropastoralists.
Based on a discussion of its Tungus origins, he states that the term shaman describes, "by definition, one who attains an ecstatic state" (p.
Los coreanos, como muchos otros asiaticos son descendientes de la raza mongol de Tungus, pero son diferentes a los japoneses y los chinos.
2) Para Mircea Eliade, el termino chaman proviene del idioma tungus empleado por las poblaciones de Siberia y de la zona central de Asia.
In the genesis of the Tungus shaman, the novitiate is dismembered and consumed by spirits.