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2016-11-13 01:19:29 BY shank9bags
www.reqtox.com The land regime also varied from region to region and from epoch to epoch as the frontier of cultivation ebbed and flowed and the power of the bedouin waxed and waned. Overall, we can characterize the land regime prior to the onset of direct Ottoman rule in the mid- 19th century as one with a high degree of local social control over the ownership and exploitation of land in the absence of government apparati. In the more populous regions of ‘Ajlun in the north,cheap jordans, it appears at this time that such social control took the form of local, village-wide or region-wide collective ownership known as rnusha (descrilxxl more fully below). Comments by the English explorer James Silk Buckingham in the second decade of the 19th century seem to describe the familiar pattern of late-19th century musha by which village cultivators divided up collectively-owned lands among themselves every two or three years.’ This situation was no doubt analgous to that found further north in Hawran during the same period, where villagers also divided up their lands every second or third year and each cultivator took as much land as they could farm. The land was remeasured whenever newcomers settled in the area seeking land. T he boundaries of individual fields in Hawran were marked with stones.
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