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This paper analyzes the lifestyle of Bedouin tribes in Arabia prior to the rise of Islam. It looks closely at how Bedouin tribes were able to coexist alongside pre-Islamic settlements and secure a dominant position in Arabia. Specifically, this paper covers the Bedouin's practice of pastoralism, tribalism, and militarism, and explains how Bedouin tribes were able to secure and maintain a dominant position in Arabia despite the pressure of neighboring settlements.
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Quinn, Cole D., "The Bedouin in Arabia: A Nomadic Success" (2022). Student Publications. 1004.
Arabic Studies Commons, Islamic World and Near East History Commons, Near Eastern Languages and Societies Commons
Written for HIST 208: Islamic History 600-1500