Why are nomadic societies important in world history?

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Why are nomadic societies important in world history?

Nomadic Life:

While most people across the world live in cities or on farms, where they spend everyday life in one spot, a few have no permanent homes. Nomads are those who constantly move, usually to seek out new hunting grounds or areas to graze livestock.

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Nomadic societies are important in world history for a variety of reasons. Perhaps the most important reason is that they offer historians (as well...

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