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Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger

Camels in Asia and North Africa

Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse
541.Band
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-7244-4 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-7350-2
Subject Area: Social Anthropology
refereed - online - print

Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger
Preliminaries page I

Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger
Contents and Index of Pictures page V

Eva-Maria Knoll
The Camel at the Crossroads of Multiple Perspectives: Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Encounter page 1

Pamela Burger
I – OLD WORLD CAMELS (Tribe Camelini): Genetic Traces of Domestication in Old World Camelids page 17

Bernard Faye - Gaukhar Konuspayeva
The Encounter between Bactrian and Dromedary Camels in Central Asia page 29

Clemens Knospe - Joerg Kinne - Nissar A. Wani - Ulrich Wernery - Joris Peters
Embryonic Hump Development and Ancestry in Old World Camels page 37

Adiya Yadamsuren - Enkhbileg Dulamtseren - Richard P. Reading
II – WILD CAMELS (Camelus ferus): The Conservation Status and Management of Wild Camels in Mongolia page 45

Yuan Lei - John Hare - Yuan Guoying - Cheng Yun
The Status of the Wild Camel in China page 55

Chris Walzer - Petra Kaczensky - Enkhbileg Dulamtseren - Adiya Yadamsuren
Working in a Freezer: Capturing and Collaring Wild Bactrian Camels page 61

Katja Silbermayr - Pamela Burger
Hybridization: A Threat to the Genetic Distinctiveness of the Last Wild Old World Camel Species page 69

Alexandra Trinks - Pamela Burger - Norbert Benecke - Joachim Burger
III – BACTRIAN CAMELS (Camelus bactrianus) : Ancient DNA Reveals Domestication Process: The Case of the Two-Humped Camel page 79

Maria-Katharina Lang
The Tears of the Camel: Reflections on Depictions and Descriptions of the Camel in Mongolian Culture page 87

Otgonbayar Chuluunbaatar
The Camel and its Symbolism in the Daily Life of the Mongols with Particular Reference to their Folk Songs page 95

Margarethe Uerpmann - Hans-Peter Uerpmann
IV – DROMEDARIES (Camelus dromedarius) : Archeozoology of Camels in South-Eastern Arabia page 109

Walter Dostal †
Riding Camels in Arabia: Outline of a Revised Cultural History page 123

Johann Heiss
Caravans from South Arabia: Roads and Organization page 131

Andre Gingrich
Camels in Star Mythology and in Everyday Rural Life: Ethnographic Observations in South-West Arabia’s Tihāma Lowlands page 141

Daniel Martin Varisco
What Camels Eat: A Study in Arabic Ethnobotany page 151

Darem Tabbaa
The Economic Significance and Traditional Management of Dromedaries in Syria page 163

Arshad Iqbal
The Socio-Economic Perspective of Camels in Pakistan page 169

Mohammed Shunnaq - Susanne Ramadan Shunnaq
Camel Trekking in Jordan: Between Oriental Perception and Authentic Tourist Expectation page 177

Abdulsalam A. Bakhsh - Wael M. El-Deeb - Awatif A. Al-Judaibi
Camel Urine and Milk in the Arab Heritage (Folk Medicine): A Review page 187

Anja Fischer
The Saharan Dromedary as a Sign: The Prominence of Dromedaries among the Nomadic Imuhar Society in the Algerian Desert page 193

Maurizio Dioli
The Traditional Management of the One-Humped Camel in the Horn of Africa: Milking, Fostering and Weaning Techniques page 199

Mario Younan - David M. Mwangi
The Informal Camel Milk Marketing Sector in Kenya and Somalia page 207

Ibtisam E. M. El Zubeir
Extending the Shelf Life of Camel Milk page 219

Abdussamad M. Abdussamad - Demo Joab Usman Kalla - Shehu Ahmad Maigandi
Bringing Camels into Focus: A Photo-Essay on Dromedaries in the Nigeria- Niger Corridor page 225

Richard W. Bulliet
Afterword: Camels and Deserts page 231

Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger
Notes on Contributors page 237

Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger
Index page 243

Eva-Maria Knoll - Pamela Burger
V – PICTURES page 247