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In this book the author, an anthropologist, traces the history of historiography through numerous past literature cultures. He tested and rejected several hypotheses, but retained on that historiography was strongest

In this book the author, an anthropologist, traces the history of historiography through numerous past literature cultures. He tested and rejected several hypotheses, but retained on that historiography was strongest in societies in which leadership was not determined by hereditary--relatively speaking.

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    Humphreys, Jere T. Review of Hierarchy, History, and Human Nature: The Social Origins of Historical Consciousness, by Donald E. Brown. Bulletin of Historical Research in Music Education 11, no. 1 (January 1990): 48-54.

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