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Under category Aspects of Pre-Islamic Arabian Society
Creation date 2007-11-15 10:34:00
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the economic situation ran in line with the social atmosphere. the arabian ways of living would illustrate this phenomenon quite clearly. trade was the most common means of providing their needs of life. the trade journeys could not be fulfilled unless security of caravan routes and inter-tribal peaceful co-existence were provided – two imperative exigencies unfortunately lacking in arabia except during the prohibited months within which the arabs held their assemblies of ‘ukaz, dhil-majaz, mijannah and others.

industry was alien to the arabian psychology. most of available industries of knitting and tannage in arabia were done by people coming from yemen, heerah and the borders of syria. inside arabia there was some sort of farming and stock-breeding. almost all the arabian women worked in yarn spinning but even this practice was continually threatened by wars. on the whole, poverty, hunger and insufficient clothing were the prevailing features in arabia, economically.

 




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