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Tribal Systems and the Beginning of Spatial
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adaptation adjustment Anglo-Saxon argued became Bronze Age capital centralised centres chiefdoms chiefs communities complex context core areas core-periphery court cairns cultural demesne differentiation early economy Ekholm emerged England environment established Europe European evolution exchange fact farming feudal forms Friedman functions geographical grain greater groups growth habitats hierarchy hunter-gatherer bands hunter-gatherers ideas industrial integration involved kings kinship labour land landscape larger late lords lordship manor mating networks maximal bands meaning medieval period merchants mesolithic neolithic nineteenth century peasant peripheral areas phase Polanyi political price-fixing markets problem production regional regulated relations relationship Renfrew rents ritual role Rowlands Sahlins scale schemes second millenium BC secondary products revolution seen seventeenth shift sixteenth social societal change societal order societal systems society space spatial order specialised state-systems stress structure subsystems territorial tion towns trade tribal tribal hidage tribes twelfth urban Wessex culture whilst