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1. The Silk Road was (1 point) a road covered in silk that only the king could travel upon. a trade route that reached from China to Mesopotamia. also known as the Royal Road. a trade route that followed the course of the Great Wall of China. 2. Growing crops on a regular basis in Mesopotamia could only be done (1 point) after the nomadic Akkadian had been driven out of the area. when people controlled the flow of the rivers. when warring city-states worked together. after the invention of the iron plow.

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1. a trade route that reached from china to mesopatamia 2. when people controlled the flow of the rivers hope this helps!
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