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Formation by Conquest
Formation by Internal Development
Five The Slavs
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achieved administrative agricultural ancient Egypt Ankole Asia association Bahima Bairu band centers central authority central power chief China Chinese Chingis Khan Chwezi civil clan classes complex societies conquest theory consanguineal council court Crow cult culture defense developed dominant dynasty early economic Eduard Meyer Egyptian Eskimo established estates ethnic force formation formed functions governmental herds human society hunt institutions integration internal Kiev king kingdom kingship Kpelle land leaders limited lineage live Lowie MacIver maintained military millennium B.C. Mongol Empire Mongolia Narmer ninth century nobility nomadic Norsemen order of society pastoral pastoralists political organization political power Poro primitive prince Procopios relations religious ritual Robert Lowie rule rulers rulership Russian secret society settlement Shilluk slaves Slavic Slavs social order social organization social whole steppe stratification Tatar Tatar polity territorial tion tribal tribe Turks and Mongols unified unity Varangians village zhupas