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Textiles and Clothing in Mongolia

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 1 : Encyclopedia of East Asian Design

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020

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...Textiles, being light, foldable, and thus easy to carry, always had great importance in the nomadic world. The main indigenous production is wool from sheep and lambs, mostly used to make felt (isege): Chinggis Khan (1162–1227) called his...

Metalwork and Woodwork in Mongolia

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 1 : Encyclopedia of East Asian Design

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020

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... Isabelle Charleux. (2010), “The Making of Mongol Buddhist Art and Architecture: Artisans in Mongolia from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century,” in Elvira Eevr Djaltchinova-Malets...

Architecture and Urbanism in Mongolia

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 1 : Encyclopedia of East Asian Design

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020

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...Mongols are well known as yurt-dwellers, but they also built sedentary cities, palaces, and Buddhist temples. Mongol architecture is a particularly rich subject for studying new syntheses that issued from cultural interactions between...

Traditional Culture, Colors, Forms, Patterns, and Aesthetics in Mongolia

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 1 : Encyclopedia of East Asian Design

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020

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...The Mongol culture has always been osmotic; it has eclectically borrowed, absorbed, and merged influences from Central Asia, China, and Tibet, and inherited a long tradition of decorative art dating back to the Scythians (fifth century...