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Pastoralism
Pastoralism Pastoralism is a form of farming, such as ... as camels, goats, cattle, llamas and sheep. Pastoralism is found in many variations throughout the ... social organization and all other aspects of pastoralism vary between areas and between social groups ... modern circumstances. Origins Some researchers believe that pastoralism followed mixed farming (rainfall-dependent agriculture ...
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Pastoralism   (translated from French)
Pastoralism Interdependent relation between the stockbreeders, their herds ... in the rural companies or primitive, the pastoralism will decline in the Western world with ... their places. One of specificities of the pastoralism is the transhumance during which the betail ...
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Nomadic pastoralism
Nomadic pastoralism Nomadic pastoralism is a farming system where livestock including ...
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Talk:History of India
... advantage the Aryans had was simple: animals. Pastoralism is in many ways, especially to an ... entirely the reason for the switch to pastoralism. The steppes are also a dry place, but pastoralism succeeded there where crop based food production ... in this matter or about your pseudoism. Pastoralism will not be possible in any desert ...
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Nomad
... organization. Sadr has suggested the following stages: Pastoralism This is a mixed economy with a ... southern Africa History of nomadic peoples Nomadic pastoralism seems to have developed as a part ... East. The rapid spread of such nomaic pastoralism was typical of such later developments as ...
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List of subsistence techniques
... and is more labor-intensive than horticulture. Pastoralism, the raising of grazing animals: Pastoral nomadism ... herd throughout the year. Transhumance or agro-pastoralism — part of the society follows the ... home village. Ranch agriculture — non-nomadic pastoralism with a defined territory Alternative ends : people ...
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User:Angusmclellan/reftest
... agricultural wealth in this period came from pastoralism, rather than arable farming. Arable farming grew ... of evidence that the native Scots favoured pastoralism, in that Gaelic lords were happier to ...
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Economy of Scotland in the High Middle Ages
... agricultural wealth in this period came from pastoralism, rather than arable farming, with arable farming ... of evidence that the native Scots favoured pastoralism, in that Gaelic lords were happier to ...
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Scotland in the High Middle Ages
... agricultural wealth in this period came from pastoralism, rather than arable farming. Arable farming grew ... of evidence that the native Scots favoured pastoralism, in that Gaelic lords were happier to ...
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User talk:Walanbe
... lagest tribes in the former nomadic somali pastoralism tribes Walanbe is a son of Qalabqalab ... lagest tribes in the former nomadic somali pastoralism tribes
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