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Traditionally many Arabs lived in villages (Kariya) of related families, in such close knit Islamic comminutes homes would have private walled courtyards for the personal modesty of the family. We often refer to these courtyarded dwellings as village compounds (Housh)....
Village Elder's HouseAdd to Wish List
Shogunate Japan was divided into ‘Han’ (feudal domains) within these were the ‘Daimyoden’ (large, private realms of mighty feudal lords known as ‘Daimyo’). Castles/towns were governed by the commanders of a Daimyo’s ‘Buke-Jo’ (garrison). Villages were governed from within the...