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CHAPTER PAGE I THE ORIGIN OF MARRIAGE I
THE FREQUENCY OF MARRIAGE
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According adultery allowed ancient ancient Greece Aryan Australian aborigines betrothal bride and bridegroom bride price British East Africa brothers canon law castes cause of polygyny celibacy century Christian Church civilisation clan concubinage consent contracting a marriage Council of Trent countries custom daughter duty endogamous endogamy England Europe evil influences existence exogamous rules father feeling female form of marriage frequently girl Greece groom Hindu husband incest incestuous India Indo-European intercourse large number latter live Lord Bryce male marriage by capture marriage by purchase marriage portion marriage rites matrimonial mode of contracting monogamy Morocco mother Muhammadan number of marriages number of wives offspring parents parties polyandry polygyny practice present prevailed primitive prohibited promiscuity races recognised regarded relatives return gift riage Roman savage Scotland Serbia sexual instinct sexual relations shortbread social Teutonic Tibet tion tribes uncivilised union valid various wedding wife woman women