Journal of Social and Political


ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 06 April 2020

The Peasant Movements of Ancient World and Their Basic Traits With Nature: A Retrospective Discourse

Kamal Chandra Pathak

Sonapur College, India

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Pages: 300-304

Keywords: Insurrection, Encompass Ed, Ecclesiastical, Manorial, Pastures, Escalated, Assertive, Arable, Scarce, Pillaged, Destitution, Vagrant, Villeins, Falsity, Extorted, Retarded, Tillers, Morale, Profit-Mongering, Samurais


While we deal with the nature and basic traits of the peasant movements of the ancient world; we come across several instances that project the nature and character of various peasant movements of the world. This research-based paper is an endeavor to present a brief picturesque of peasant movements of various parts of the ancient world along-with their traits and nature


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  3. A.K.Singh, History of Far-East in Modern times, Surjeet Publications, New Delhi, PP.5,7

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