Nenets

Earliest record: 250
Last record: 1970

Language family: Other

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YearsAction
2501000Located in
1000Migrated to
10001970Located in [1]

Location Info

  1. {Taiga of W Siberia where S group of Vogul now live or even further S, but N of 57} *{41-8}*
  2. {N of E Europe & W Siberia. Tundra from mouth of N Dvina R to mouth of Yenisey R on Kanin Penin, on little Tundra (Malaya Zemlya) betw Mezer & Pechora RR, on Great Tundra (Bol'shay Zemlya) betw Pechora R & Ural Mts, on Yamel Penin, on Ob R delta along Nadyn, lower Pur, lower Taz, lower Yenisey RR islands, nr coast, specifically Kolguyev, Vayzach, Novaya Zemlya, Belyy. Also forest region of middle Ob R.} *{41-1}*
  3. N of E Europe & W Siberia. Tundra from mouth of N Dvina R to mouth of Yenisey R on Kanin Penin, on little Tundra (Malaya Zemlya) betw Mezer & Pechora RR, on Great Tundra (Bol'shay Zemlya) betw Pechora R & Ural Mts, on Yamel Penin, on Ob R delta along Nadyn, lower Pur, lower Taz, lower Yenisey RR islands, nr coast, specifically Kolguyev, Vayzach, Novaya Zemlya, Belyy. Also forest region of middle Ob R.

References

  1. Hajdu, Peter. 1963. The Samoyed Peoples and Languages. Indiana University Publications. Uralic and Altaic Series. Vol. 14. 114 pp.