Animal and Shaman: Ancient Religions of Central Asia
I.B.Tauris, 2000 - 206 ページ
A survey of the ancient customs and religions of the larger inner-Eurasian landmass. Julian Baldick concludes that, despite the vastness of the region and the diversity of its peoples, in pagan times there were remarkable common features in the forms of worship and spiritual expression.
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Abu Muslim Alpamysh Altaic ancestors animals arrows Baldick bear birds blood buried Buryat called Cantos century China Chinese sources Christian concept Corcella Cuman custom Daur dead death Dioszegi divination drum earth east emperor epic Evenk feast fertility Genghis Genghis Khan gives gods Heaven Heissig hero Herodotus historians History holy horse Hsiung-nu human Hungarian Huns hunting Ibid Ilmarinen images Indo-European Inner Eurasian Inner Eurasian pattern Iranian Islam Jamuqa Jurchen Juwayni Kashghari Khan Khazars Khitans killed king Kirghiz Koroglu legend live Manchus Margan Mongol Mongol religion Mongolian mountain myth nine nomads Ob-Ugrian Oghuz Onon Ossetian performance reindeer religious sovereignty represented ritual river Roux ruler sacrifice sacrificed Samoyed says scholar Scythians shaman sheep Shirokogoroff Siberia Sinor soul story sword symbolizing tells Tengri tent tomb trees tripartition Tunguz Turkic religion Turks typically Inner Eurasian Uighurs underworld Vainamoinen venerated warrior wife woman worship Yakut