Press Zinat Press is a subsidiary of the American-Eurasian Research Institute, Inc. and publishes book that are of interest to the study of Eurasian nomads and archaeolgy including:
Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes in the Early Iron Age. 1995. Jeannine DAVIS-KIMBALL, Vladimir A. BASHILOV, Leonid T. YABLONSKY (eds.) Zinat Press: Berkeley, California USA.
Jeannine Davis-Kimball and Leonid T. Yablonsky. 1995. Kurgans on the Left Bank of the Ilek: Excavations at Pokrovka 1990-1992.
Zinat Press: Berkeley, CA USA. German A. Fedorov. 2001. The Silk Road and the Citites of the Golden Horde. Alexander Nymark (tr.). Jeannine Davis-Kimball (ed.). Zinat Press: Berkeley, CA USA.
Zinat Press is currently preparing for publicaion a manuscript by the Mongolian artist and ethnographer, Byambadorj.This book will feature 110 pen, ink, watercolor, and colored-pencil drawings by the artist. In addition, text will provide fascinating information about the gers, costumes, guns, libators, and a variety of other accoutrments that are part of the Mongolian way of life. To be published 2003.
Below is an a copy of the illustration and description of Plate 43 from the Byambadorj book.
43. Terleg deel (mans summer deel) and hantaaz (mans jacket). Terleg:
brocaded silk, cotton lining. Hantaaz: silk, horgoi. Horgoi lavishly trims the
edges of the hantaaz. The Khalkh people normally wear blue, yellow, and maroon
colored costumes. The jackets, with a Mandarin collar and narrow piping, are
beautifully made and decorated. They are worn over the deel at Naadam and other
Iljigen Khalkh, 20th century. RRM, Undurkhaan sum, Uvs aimag.