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Social Organization of the Hazara Mongols
Tribal Genealogical or Obok Structure
The Medieval Mongols
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administrative Afghanistan aimak ambilineal appear Arabic Asia banner became Bedouins belonging Besud brother camp Central Asian century Chahars chief Chinese Chinggis Khan clan structure common ancestor cousin culture Dagors daughter degree of distance eldest employed Eurasia exogamous exogamy extended family family genealogies family property father feudal Hazara Mongols Hazarajat household husband Ibid informant Jaghuri joint family Kalmuks Kazaks Khalkhas kin group kin structure kinship terminology kinship terms land leader levels line of descent lineage male Manchu marriage married medieval Mongols Mongol empire Mongol tribe Mongolia mother's Naiman oboh obok structure Orda pastoral nomads pasture patrilineal patrilineal kin patrilocal political organization Quetta relatives Roman Russian Scots Secret History Seyyid Hasan sister social structure society solidarity sons subdivisions subsection subtribe surname symbols Tacitus tamga territory Timuri torel trace traditional tribal chief tribal genealogical structure tribal genealogy tribal segments Tungus Turkic units Uruzgani village wife written genealogies Zangi