What is the difference between tribal and neighborhood communities?

Along with such unifying factors as joint ownership of river forest and field lands, the neighboring and clan communities differed quite markedly from each other. Thus, the tribal community bound all its members by tribal ties and collective labor for the benefit of the whole society. It was she who stood at the origins of the development of tribal relations among the ancient people. The neighboring community included not only relatives, but also people who came from outside. This community became possible thanks to the development of tools and was founded on the territorial principle, attached to and connected not with the clan, but with the territory. Property in the ancestral primitive community was collective, and in the neighbor’s – individual.

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