A category is **essentially affine** if its change of base functors for its fibration of points are equivalences of categories. An essentially affine category is both protomodular and Mal'cev. Every subobject is normal.

Borceux and Bourn liken an essentially affine category to a non-pointed abelian category (see Borceux-Bourn).

- The category of abelian extensions of an arbitrary group $G$.

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