Definition of Tribal society
1. Noun. A society with the social organization of a tribe.
Specialized synonyms: Hunting And Gathering Society, Hunting And Gathering Tribe
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Literary usage of Tribal society
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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"As human society has undergone tremendous transformations in the period from the gradual breakdown of tribal society to the 20th century, ..."
2. United Arab Emirates: A New Perspective by Ibrahim Abed, Peter Hellyer (2001)
"... The tribal society of the UAE and its Traditional Economy Frauke Heard-Bey Introduction Hundreds of millions of years ago a source of wealth was trapped ..."
3. Tribal Custom in Anglo-Saxon Law: Being an Essay Supplemental To: (1) The by Frederic Seebohm (1902)
"I. THE UNIT OF CYMRIC tribal society. THE next step in this inquiry will be to give a brief summary of the results of the evidence contained in the volume ..."
4. The Foundations of Society and the Land: A Review of the Social Systems of by John Wynne Jeudwine (1918)
"Feudal Society rests on Individual, tribal society on Communal Land Ownership.—The change,- then, to feudalism resulted in the creation of a society ..."
5. An Introduction to the Study of Social Evolution: The Prehistoric Period by Francis Stuart Chapin (1913)
"... TRANSITION FROM tribal society TO CIVIL SOCIETY MANKIND did not make the change from primitive society, organized on the basis of blood relationship, ..."
6. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"... prevalence of a rude and primitive form of tribal society.2 The lowest tribes in North America were those that are still to be found in California, ..."