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King and Tribes

Late this after noon we (Barbara and I) finished editing Chapter Eight. Early, about two seeks ago I finished Chapter Seven on the Roman Kings. Chapter Eight is especially important as it described the transformation from kinship, or tribal, relationships, to citizenship relationships. All of these chapter contain a Discussion section at the end of the chapter. This section gives me a change to analyze and to explain more about the nature of the subject matter content. In the Discussion section I attempted to trace the development of nineteenth century anthropology and the work of Lewis Morgan who was critical to describing the gentile system (tribalism) and the founding of Rome.
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