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G. H. Krispijn, M. R. Veenhof; NIVNO, V; Leiden: Brill, 1982), pp. 351-58; cf. also Diakonoff, 'The Rise of the Despotic State', pp. A. M. Diakonoff (ed. A. Dandamayev, I. Gerschevitch, H. Klengel, G. T. N. Postgate; Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1982), pp. 38-41. 4. Cf. J. Gelb, 'Alleged Temple and State Economies in Ancient Mesopotamia', 2. The Social Background to Debt-Slavery in Mesopotamia 35 advantages over other smaller independent groups, one of the negative results of the process of centralization that took place among city- and national states was an increase in social stratification, characterized by an increase in debt-slavery and the alienation of land among free citizens.

G. Smith, 'On Segmentary Lineage Systems', JRAI 86 2. The Social Background to Debt-Slavery in Mesopotamia 33 protection of the social and territorial rights of its local inhabitants. e. council of elders and general assembly of free male adults). This self-government or 'primitive democracy', which is discussed at length by Jacobsen,2 was most likely an important feature (1956), pp. 39-80; J. Middleton and D. Tail, 'Introduction', in Tribes without Rulers (ed. J. Middleton and D. Tait; London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1958), pp.

Whitelam, The Just King: Monarchical Judicial Authority in Ancient Israel (JSOTSup, 12; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1979), p. 174; cp. Batto, 'Land Tenure and Women at Mari', pp. 210, 225-26, who, although he acknowledges the existence of private land, suggests that the supposed meaning of patrimony at Mari was actually a royal land grant. 1. Diakonoff, 'The Rise of the Despotic State', pp. 178-79; idem, 'Slaves, Helots and Serfs in Early Antiquity', pp. 44-78, who notes that during the Early Dynastic Period (ca.

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