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Pastoral Nomadism: Prehistory to 1200: South, Central, and West Asia

Pastoral nomadism (from the Greek nomados, or going in a row from pasture) refers to a distinct lifestyle of large migratory communities organized around the domestication of animal herds for subsistence—typically mixed herds of cattle, goats, sheep, ...

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