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According to the Ethnographic Atlas (1998), of 1,231 societies noted, 588 had frequent polygyny, 453 had occasional polygyny, 186 were monogamous and 4 had polyandry; From a religious point of view, in contemporary society polygyny is associated with the Muslim religion, although not all Muslim cultures practice it, and neither is it restricted to this religion.
In cultures which practice polygamy, its prevalence among that population is often connected to class and socioeconomic status.
John Quincy Biggs, (1878-1968) and Nancy Arizona "Zona" Davidson (1885-1987) Anita Ream 1925 (my Grandmother, age 19), and with her family, 1910, Anita (age 4), Portia, Zona, JQ Biggs John Quincy Biggs, (1878-1968) and Nancy Arizona "Zona" Davidson (1885-1987) Mary Biggs (1862-1939) and Anvil James Arnett Mary is John Quincy's sister.
Anthropologist Jack Goody's comparative study of marriage around the world utilizing the Ethnographic Atlas demonstrated an historical correlation between the practice of extensive shifting horticulture and polygamy in the majority of sub-Saharan African societies.
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The vast majority of polygamous marriages are polygynous.
Polygyny is legally accepted in many Muslim majority countries and some countries with a sizeable Muslim minority; it is also accepted in some secular countries in varying degrees.