Text: …occasionally with work locations where large animals are killed to make a sacrifice and where pottery works are made or other tribe activities are carried out…

Q1: What are made at the tribe work sites? Ans: pottery works

Text: Clan members can be evolved to settled farmers, but they may be pastoring with sheep and cattle that is a very different and mobile economy as compared to life in pure agriculture.

Q2:What is the other way of life for clan members apart from settled farming? Ans: pastoring/ pastoring with sheep and cattle

Text: a village called Dutemovah can be seen and made up of a collection of round-wooden housing—a cluster of buildings grouped together

Q3: How the Dutemovah ‘s housing units arranged? Ans: grouped together

Text: Very often it is the local specialization in pottery products, and surpluses of foodstuffs are periodically paid as an obligation to the headman

Q4: What is the headman given as rewards besides pottery? Ans: foodstuffs/ surpluses of foodstuffs

Text: The clan varies greatly in size, but the range is between 2000 and 5000 persons.

Q5: How big is the largest possible population of a clan? Ans: 5000

Text: Agriculture workers and the poorer urban residents constitute the lowest class, with handicraft specialists above and the priest with the royal class of the ruler highest still.

Q6: Which status is at the bottom of the royal class but higher than the farmers? Ans: handicraft specialist