Khanty



ETHNONYMS: As-iakh, Hante, Ostyak; local names include Beriozov, Irtysh Khanty, Lariak, Obdorsk, and Vasiugan.


Bibliography

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Kulemzin, V. M., and N. V. Lukina (1977). Vasiugansko-vakhovskie Khanty v kontse XlX-nachale XXvv: Etnograficheskii ocherki (Ethnographic studies of the Khanty in the 19th to the beginning of the 20th century). Tomsk: University Press.


Lukina, N. V. (1985). Istoricheskie formy i preemstvennost' v traditsionnoi kul'ture vostochnykh khantov (Historical forms and the traditional culture of the Eastern Khanty). Moscow: University Press.


Novitskii, Grigory (1715). Kratkoe opisanie o narode Ostiakom (A short description of the Ostyak people). Reprint. 1884. St. Petersburg: Maikov.


Prokof'yeva, E. E., V. N. Chernetsov, and N. V. Prytkova (1964). "The Khants and Mansi." In The Peoples of Siberia, edited by M. G. Levin and L. P. Potapov, 511-546. Translated by Stephen P. Dunn and Ethel Dunn. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Originally published in Russian in 1956.


Sokolova, Zoia Petrovna (1983). Sotsial'naia organizatsiia Khantov i Mansi v XVlll-XlVvv, Problemy fratrii i roda (Social Organization of the Khanty and the Mansi in the 18th and 19th centuries: Issues of phratry and family). Moscow: Nauka.

MARJORIE MANDELSTAM BALZER

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