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Definition of an Agrarianate-citied Society

An agrarianate-citied society is one where the predominant economic mode is based on agricultural or non-urbanised production, but with important linkages. This is a brief answer to a specific question relation to the definition of an agrarianate-citied society especially in relation to the early Arabian model.

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An agrarianate-citied society is one where the predominant economic mode is based on agricultural or non-urbanised production, but where there is strong linkages between two quite different lifestyles. In the case of early Muslim society, many of the cities such a Medina and Mecca were centers of comparatively high ...

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This defines an agrarianate-citied society and indicates its characteristics. (200 words.)

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