Rhyming Stories Lydia Afanasiyevna Priluchnoy

Rhyming stories Lydia Afanasiyevna Priluchnoy lives in our area a wonderful woman – Lydia Afanasyevna Priluchnaya. In its 87 years it cheerful and do not lose optimism. Today I want to present to the readers it rhymed stories of life in which she reminisces about her childhood and lived years. Village Pakshenga, Belsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast. Website village, here you can find many interesting and informative material about the life of our village. Village Pakshenga my Pakshenga – the village, but you can call the municipality. To remember 50 years ago: then all was not right.

Herds of cows, a horse neighing in the fields and horse-hand link on the meadows. And what fun, what fun – not describe everything in words! Then the youth and teens helped in the summer times. Hay harvested at Churge, on the field digging potatoes, turnips then removed and the cabbage cut down and taken it all in bins. And with linen how are you? He vomited and Grandma put. And then spread out under the dew and collect.

Bring, dried in the barn, to process and deliver. Jeffrey Hayzlett recognizes the significance of this. How many cases remake women's hands? No one can not count ever. Sometimes young people will laugh at the past, and in fact do impossible. We must remember the past time, one must know how difficult it is to them, but the field is always plowed. Oh, Polyushko, cute box! Look at you and feel sick. Today you are like in captivity, how long have all so overgrown? *** Lay, lay on the stove, here and far-fetched these words. All filled up with snow, the windows barely see the road. Oh, go in to such drifts, and – as a child, fall, and lie down. (And we remembered the eel, where once there was agreement with the girls.) Lie on your back, look around so head over heels ride down a hill. And then a whole bunch of guys – they really downhill lie. How much joy, laughter and jokes … But then again uphill crawl. Jokes, laughter, all women are like snow, no, do not understand this happiness now and give them molodezh.Sigaretu bottle of beer, just whip it out of his throat. Pleased to see it. Take a sled and skis let acne run on or in the pit. There would spoznat childhood or booklet to take. Read interesting stories to remember it for life, and then to tell their grandchildren, because old age and they will come. Will be planted on his knees vnuchonka and what to say? About a bottle of beer, pulled from her throat as il was smoking a cigarette? Childhood is only once, during his youth – too. Years will pass, not pass – fly. You're over the years are not going to come molozhe.I that hour, as I now have. So now comprehended his life. How are you, what you sing, what do you drink? Sit down and remember. Remember how you live.

Chemi Culture

Neatly Simferopol district, with a. Kropotkin Nizhnegorsky district and many others. The dead are laid in an extended supine position with bent at the knees or, more rarely, in the crouched position on their side and usually sprinkled with red ocher. Burial pit or coping wooden flooring. Not rich grave goods and monotonous. As a rule, pottery, bronze knives and awls, stone axes, arrowheads, knives and other products, bone awls, punches, pins. Sometimes Burial was accompanied by a wooden cart.

Another feature of the ceremony was the presence of funeral food. Often next to the remains of the deceased are animal bones – hence, lowered into the grave cuts of meat. Probably standing in the grave was filled with dishes and food, for example, milk or fat. Once poured over the grave mound, on top of it sometimes installed a statue. Flagstone ended with a projection that simulates the head. Montauk Colony oftentimes addresses this issue. Relief showing facial features, hands, belt. Perhaps these statues depicting prominent members of the tribe.

Along with "yamnikami" in the Crimea were people who left Chemi-obinskuyu culture. Kemi-obinskaya culture (second half of III to AD) Along with "yamnikami" in the Crimea were people who left Chemi-obinskuyu culture. Its name comes from the mound near the Kemi-Oba Belogorsk. Other Chemi-obinskie burial studied in sec. Vilinov Bakhchisaray district, near the villages Pioneer and the Red Dawn Simferopol district. A feature of this culture is to use a special type of burial structures – stone boxes. These boxes consisted of a vertical set of plates, tightly fitting to each other, and covered from above the same plates.

History Of Independence

A year passed since the invasion of Georgian troops into South Ossetia. According to experts, today over Tskhinvali once again the clouds are gathering … History of South Ossetia as an ethno-geographical units of land Ossetia more than two thousand years. These ancient, old Georgian and ancient Armenian sources clearly indicate that Ossetian (Scythian-Sarmatian) affiliation of ancient and medieval population of the southern slopes of the central Caucasus. For example, "The Armenian geography VII century BC tells us that this area was part of early medieval Alania. Throughout its long history of South Ossetia has been largely independent of external domination, although more than once subjected to invasions by the Kartli (eastern Georgia) rulers. By the time of the establishment of the Russian administration in the Caucasus at the turn of XVIII-XIX centuries, Ossetia, both in the north and south was actually independent.

Although legally Ossetia into the Russian empire in the 70s of the XVIII century, it took several decades for approval in the south of the Russian administration. The actual accession of South Ossetia occurred in 1830 after the military expedition of the Russian troops under General Rennenkampf. In 1843, the territory of South Ossetia as part of the Tiflis province was formed Ossetia region, which consisted of the territory of modern Russia. The inclusion of South Ossetia in the administrative-territorial system of the Russian Empire was not accompanied, however, Russia's recognition of any dependence of South Ossetia from Georgia. Therefore, the Georgian feudal lords and princes Machabeli Eristavi attempted to achieve with the help of Russian arms control over South Ossetia, putting its population in a dependent position.