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Kinship & Marriage in Early Arabia
W. Robertson Smith
by Hyperion Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||324|
Smith, Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia, pp.6–7. E. 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.
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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. L. mater: New College, Edinburgh.
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Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia by William Robertson Smith Totemism by James George Frazer The Mirror of True Womanhood A Book of Instruction for Women in the World by Bernard O'reilly. 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. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, W.
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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. Conclusion. Other Titles: Kinship and marriage in early Arabia. Share - Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabi by William Robertson Smith (, Hardcover) Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabi by William Robertson Smith (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review.Buy Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia by W R Smith (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).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.