5 edition of Kinship & marriage in early Arabia found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Kinship and marriage in early Arabia|
|Statement||By W. Robertson Smith. New ed., with additional notes by author and by Professor Ignaz Goldzither; ed. by Stanley A. cook.|
|Contributions||Goldziher, Ignác, 1850-1921, Cook, Stanley Arthur, 1873-1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||04007326|
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According to the theory of the Arab gene alogists the groups were all patriarchal tribes, formed, by subdivision of an original stock, on the system of kinship through male descents. A tribe was but a larger family ; the tribal name was the 4 KINSHIP AND MARRIAGE CHAP, i name or.
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The object of the present volume is to collect and discuss the available evidence as to the genesis of the system of male kinship, with the corresponding laws of marriage and tribal organisation, which prevailed in A rabia at the time of Mohammed ;the general result is that male kinship had been preceded by kinship through women only, and that all /5(2).
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The homogeneity of the kindred group in relation to the law of marriage and descent --Chapter IV. Paternity --Chapter V. Paternity, polyandry with male kinship, and with kinship through women --Chapter VI. Female kinship and marriage bars --Chapter VII. Totemism --Chapter VIII.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the edition. Description: xxv, pages 21 cm. Contents: The theory of the genealogists as to the origin of Arabic tribal groups --The kindred group and its dependents on allies --The homogeneity of the kindred group in relation to the law of marriage and descent --Paternity --Paternity, polyandry with male kinship, and with kinship through women.
A copy of Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia by W. Robertson Smith, professor of Arabic at Cambridge University. This book is presented in a brown cloth on board cover with gilt lettering to the spine.
This copy was published by Cambridge University Press in Robin Fox's study of systems of kinship and alliance has become an established classic of the social science literature. It has been praised above all for its liveliness of style and clarity of exposition in an area that students and general readers have found difficult to master.
It was the first attempt to produce an overview of this central subject and has maintained its unique position Reviews: 1. Smith, Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia, pp.6–7. On this system for protecting Islam with regard to the followers of the ‘religions of the book’, see M.
Cohen, ‘What was the Pact of ‘Umar. A Literally-Historical Study’, Jerusalem Studies in Cited by: 3. Kinship Marriages in Egypt as Compared to other Arab Countries The custom of cousin marriage in Egypt was deemed to be more prevalent as compared to other Arabia countries from s.
 Although this trend was common across the country, majority of the Egyptian populace based in Cairo do not practice this custom. Click here to see our other books. Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia William Robertson Smith ( Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 7" by 5"; xiv, pp  SUMMARY A fascinating first edition copy of Smith's study of 'Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia'.
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Robertson William. Robertson Smith, late professor of Arabic at Cambridge, wrote a book, called Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia, which has special interest for Bible students, because it deals with a people closely related to the Hebrews in both language and customs.
Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia. Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia (Cambridge University ; second edition, with additional notes by the Author and by Professor Ignaz Goldziher, Budapest, and edited with an introduction by Stanley A.
Cook (London: A. & C. Black ); reprint Beacon Press, Boston, with a new Preface by E. mater: New College, Edinburgh. Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia Originally published inthis book by William Robertson Smith examines the history of marriage and kinship relations within tribal groups in Arabia at the beginning of : International Encyclopedia of Anthropology Abstract Milk kinship is a designation which refers to social practices sharing the feature in which infants are breastfed by lactating women who are not Author: Fadwa El Guindi.
socialism!4) Robertson Smith's Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia (), which applied McLennan's theory oftotemism to the ancient Arabs, was cited by Durkheim in The Division of Labour in Society, published in Nevertheless, Durkheim apparently returned to the literature with a fresh purposefulness inwhen he came to.
Polyandry (/ ˈ p ɒ l i ˌ æ n d r i, ˌ p ɒ l i ˈ æ n-/; from Greek: πολυ-poly- "many" and ἀνήρ anēr, "man") is a form of polygamy in which a woman takes two or more husbands at the same time.
Polyandry is contrasted with polygyny, involving one male and two or more a marriage involves a plural number of "husbands and wives" participants of each gender, then it can.
This essay intends to draw attention to some of the political and social implications of patterns of kinship relations by comparing two large historical culture areas, that of the frontier region of Inner Asia, and that of the peripheral tribes of the Middle by: W.
Robertson Smith expresses Kinship & Marriage in Early Arabia’s objective in the book’s original preface, written in Although a century on, the book remains an essential contribution to the subject of marriage in the Middle : Edward William Lane.
Kinship, system of social organization based on real or putative family ties. The modern study of kinship can be traced back to midth-century interests in comparative legal institutions and philology.
In the late 19th century, however, the cross-cultural comparison of kinship institutions became. Kinship -- Terminology. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Kinship; Families; Terminology; Used for: Families -- Terminology; Filed under.
Banu Hudhayl or Hothail or Huthail (Arabic: بنو هذيل ) are an Adnanite tribe of western Saudi Arabia in tribe is known throughout the history for their talented poets and intellectuals.
They are settled mainly in Saudi Arabia and a few thousands in Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. Early 20th century. The Ottoman Empire continued to control most of the peninsula. However, Arabia had its own rulers: a group of tribal chiefs in Najd and its surrounding area, and the Sharif of Mecca ruled the Otaibah cooperated with Al Saud of Najd, but sided with the Sharifs of Mecca (who took refuge with the tribe in times of adversity).Location: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and .Author of Lectures on the religion of the Semites, The Old Testament in the Jewish church, Kinship & marriage in early Arabia, The prophets of Israel and their place in history to the close of the eighth century B.C, Kinship & Marriage in Early Arabia, Lectures on the religion of the Semites, The Old Testament in the Jewish church, Lectures & essays.Cousin marriage is allowed and often encouraged throughout the Middle East.
The bint 'amm marriage, or marriage with one's father's brother's daughter (bint al-'amm) is especially common, especially in tribal and traditional communities.
Anthropologists have debated the significance of the practice; some view it as the defining feature of the Middle Eastern kinship system while others note.