How did the neighboring community contribute to the emergence of the first states?

As time went on, the elders, heads of rich and powerful families, sorcerers began to appropriate the best lands, pastures, to personally dispose of communal lands, food supplies, and cattle.
Wars broke out between the tribes. The victorious tribe seized land, cattle, property of the vanquished, and the vanquished themselves were often turned into slaves.
To wage war, the tribe elected a military leader – a leader.
Gradually, the leader turned into a permanent head of the tribe. The leader formed a military detachment from his relatives and the most warlike members of the tribe. This detachment was called a squad.
Most of the booty went to the leader and his soldiers. They became richer than their fellow tribesmen. The leader, elders, warriors, sorcerers enjoyed the greatest respect. They were called noble people, the nobility, the nobility was attributed to origin from revered ancestors, special valor and dignity. The leader and the nobility ruled the life of the tribe.

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