Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes, 1877

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Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes, credit Antiche Curiosità©

 

Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes (Reindeer and sledge in background) 1877, cm. 25 x 18.

 

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Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes, 1877

Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes, credit Antiche Curiosità©

 

Samoyede Travelling on show-shoes (Reindeer and sledge in background) 1877, cm. 25 x 18.

Cod. P 292.

The Samoyedic people (also Samodeic people)[1] are those people that speak Samoyedic languages, which are part of the Uralic family. They are a linguistic, ethnic and cultural grouping. The name derives from the obsolete term Samoyed used in Russia for some indigenous people of Siberia.[2][3]

The largest of the Samoyedic people are the Nenets, who mainly live in two autonomous districts of RussiaYamalo-Nenetsia and Nenetsia. Part of the Nenets and most of the Enets and Nganasans used to live in Taymyria autonomous district (formerly known as Dolgano-Nenetsia), but today this area is a territory with special status within Krasnoyarsk Krai. Most of the Selkups live in Yamalo-Nenetsia, but there is also significant population in Tomsk Oblast.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samoyedic_peoples


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