Republic by Azret Kalmykov
This site has interesting information on Kabardian economy and
industry. Investment opportunities are detailed. In the absence of an official site from
nalchik, this is an excellent effort by Mr. Kalmyk to introduce his native republic on the
Biography of Yuri
With clips from sergei prokofiev's "Alexander
Nevsky" and a list of three recommended recordings.
A Grammar of
the Kabardian Language by John Colarusso
First comprehensive grammar of Kabardian in a non-Russian language.
A complete account of the phonology and morphology of the language is presented. A work
which should have been put out by the Kabardian Republic has been single-handedly tackled
by professor colarusso.
Kabarda, the best mountain horse
Native North Caucasian breed. Mainly a saddle horse. It has a fair
speed and is known for its remarkable endurance.
dictionary by Amjad Jaimoukha
Contains 21,000 entries and thousands of expressions, it has 574
pages. Principally based on the Kabardian-Russian dictionary, which was edited by prof.
Kardan, Moscow 1957. A must for the learner of Kabardian.
Gives concise information on the republic. Good for quick reference.
B. Nogmov, Kabardian Folklorist and Historian
Nogmov (1794-1844) was the first linguist to describe the grammar of
Kabardian. He also wrote a history of the Kabardians.
The NART EPOS
Circassian mythology should be one of the principal pivots of adygha
cultural renaissance. Its dissemination will definitely enrich human civilization. A
sampler tale "sausryqua fetches fire" is included.
Last modified 21 August 2007