Nomadic Life

Camel has many Names Then Why We Use Cattle Terminology?

The camel terminology is mainly derived from a cow/cattle production system in English, which is a wrong approach. I’m giving you a food for thought to reconsider and re-establish camel’s terminology. As the camel was domesticated, evolved and managed for centuries in Arabian Peninsula, the best terminology will be the one used in that region. Joseph Freiherr von Hammer-Purgstall, a …

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Nomadic family in Sahara desert

Only the Nomads Know the others not; the Animals are not a Personal Property but Gift of God

MICHAEL IS MY FRIEND ON FACEBOOK AND I’M KEENLY FOLLOWING HIS JOURNIES AND THE DIARIES HE SHARES ON HIS PAGE. HERE IS THE STORY OF HIS CONNECTION WITH THE NOMADS AND THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE NOMADS ABOUT THEIR ANIMALS. IT IS VERY INTERESTING AND TOUCHING STORY. I SHARE HERE IN THE ENSUING LINES.

Ancient nomads

KAZAKHSTAN: Ancient nomads spread earliest domestic grains along Silk Road, study finds

Charred grains of barley, millet, and wheat deposited nearly 5,000 years ago at campsites in the high plains of Kazakhstan show that nomadic sheepherders played a surprisingly important role in the early spread of domesticated crops throughout a mountainous east-west corridor along the historic Silk Road

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