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The Slave Mode of Production
The Hellenistic World
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13th century 1oth 3rd century administrative agrarian agriculture aristocracy armies Athenian Athens Balkans barbarian became Bohemia Byzantine Byzantine Empire Byzantium capital Carolingian central centres Christian Church cities citizenry civilization clan classical Antiquity colonization communities conquest countryside crisis cultural Dark Ages decline demesne dominated dynasty early East Eastern emerged Emperor England epoch estates European expansion feudal feudal mode fief frontiers Gaul Germanic Greece Greek Hellenistic henceforward hoplite invasions Italy Jones juridical Kievan land landowners late Later Roman Empire latifundia London lords magnates manorial mediaeval Mediterranean Middle Ages military mode of production monarchy Mongol never nobility noble nomadic oligarchy Ostrogoths pattern peasant peasantry Poland political population provinces regions Republic Roman Empire Rome royal rulers rural Russia seigneurial senatorial serfdom Slav slave mode slave-labour slavery social formations society Spain structure synthesis territorial tion towns trade traditional tribal typical urban Varangian Viking virtually Visigoths West Western Europe whole