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One of these chambers contained an embalmed man and a similarly treated woman. Both of them were provided with everything that they might have needed for a life to come: foodstuffs in dishes, clothes, jewels and musical instruments. Everything was deep-frozen and in an excellent state of preservation, including the naked mummies. In one burial chamber scholars identified a rectangle containing four rows of six squares, each of which had a drawing inside it. The whole could be a copy of the stone carpet in the Assyrian palace at Nineveh! Strange sphinx-like figures with complicated horns on their heads and wings on their backs are clearly visible and their posture shows them to be aspiring skywards. But motives for a second spiritual life can scarcely be based on the finds in Mongolia. The deep-freezing used in the graves there—for that is what the chambers faced with wood and filled with ice amount to—is too much of this world and obviously intended for terrestrial ends. Why, and this question keeps on worrying us, did the ancients think that bodies prepared in this way achieved a state which would make reawakening possible? That is a puzzle for the time being ...
|Mongolia Travel Guide|
All you need is a strong pair of boots and this bestselling guidebook. - FIND YOUR OWN WAY – detailed maps and GPS coordinates for hundreds of key sites - CONNECT WITH THE LOCALS and sleep in a ger, Mongolia' s famous felt-tent abode – expanded reviews describe the country' s best ger camps - STRIDE ACROSS THE STEPPES with our inspiring itineraries through the Land of Blue Sky – witness magical monasteries and spectacular ice canyons - TALK THE TALK – our Language chapter makes communication easy - GET UNDER THE SKIN of Mongolia with dedicated Culture and History chapters packed with fascinating insights and little-known facts Let the adventure begin!
|Diary Of A Journey Through Mongolia And Tibet In 1891 And 1892|
|Tackling Isolation in Rural Mongolia. Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Agricultural Extension Services|
Population density of an average of 1. 5 persons per square kilometre makes economic growth, human development and environmental sustainability a challenge especially in rural areas.
|Studies on Poverty in Mongolia. Theories and Empirical Investigations|
However, there is still room to explore the poverty change and its components from static and dynamic perspectives, vulnerability to poverty and its determinants, and the impacts of the current economic policies.
|Psychological Perspective. Comparative study between Taiwan and Mongolia Studying Entrepreneurship Start-up Process:|
It is hoped that this study will give valuable contribution to both academic and business society.
|Mongolia's Transition to Democracy and Market Capitalism|
Now, Mongolia is committed to completion of the final phase of its transition to market capitalism to strengthen democracy. Mongolia' s democratic reforms have been radical and irreversible since they started in Mongolia. Today, Mongolia democracy meets the criteria for liberal democracy and goes through consolidation. Mongolia' s democratic transition expressly indicates that Mongolia has attained remarkable achievements in reaching this goal.
|Social Changes and Popular Practices Religion in 20th Century Mongolia.|
This book illustrates how communist education, ideology and a range of policies and measures came to shape the beliefs, values and ideas of most Mongols.
|Online Banking. The Effect of Prior Experience on Online Banking Acceptance in Mongolia|
Online banking is a term used for performing transactions, payments etc. over the internet through a bank' s secure website. This can be very useful, especially for banking outside bank hours and banking from anywhere where internet access is available. Therefore, with the help of the Internet, banking is no longer bound to time or geography. Customers all over the world have relatively easy access to their accounts 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Nevertheless, most of the transactions traditionally occurred at the branch counter. This points out the need for research to identify the factors that determine acceptance of online banking by the customers. Today, banking is an information-intensive business in which information technology (IT) is increasingly important.
|Parliamentary Democracy in Mongolia. Comparative study|
Mongolia is making a transition from one party command system to a multiparty parliamentary system by changing socio-political orientation from socialist regime to liberal democracy.
|Birds of Mongolia|
Accidental species are included in the total species counts for Mongolia.
|Voice of Mongolia|
Voice of Mongolia is the official international broadcasting station of Mongolia.
|After Wild Sheep in the Altai and Mongolia|
|A tour in Mongolia|
|A Comparative Study with Japan E-Government Policy in Mongolia. Adaptability of e-Government Policy in Mongolia:|
Finally, research argues that what lessons can Japan offer us about e- government policies in general.
|The Siberian overland route from Peking to Petersburg, through the deserts and steppes of Mongolia, Tartary, &c|
|A tour in Mongolia|
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|President of Mongolia|
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|Prime Minister of Mongolia|
|Roman Catholicism in Mongolia|
New missionary activity only set in after the Opium war of the mid-19th century.