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c) is the only one that fits the sentence.
it's definantly B, they had longer life's in Biblical times and they had better remedies for medicine, natural. Another reason, is because they would consume healthier foods.
so ur saying black death increased life expectancy back then...
Early civilizations. A - Cannot be correct, because most early civilizations were patriarchal societies. B - Cannot be correct. Increased life expectancy comes with the evolution of technological advancements, typically shown in more developed countries (MDC's) of the modern world. C - The correct answer. Many early civilizations had unique art and architecture. This is how we know their history. D - This has some truth, however a majority of early civilizations did not have a democratic government.
Yes, ur dumb
It's not the Black death derp. It's early civilizations.
B can be correct but not in this instance. People were living longer because it was a healthier society, also, there was much less polution. When it says early civilizations it is not including Black Death because it was not present in early civilizations. It is C because of the ar and architecture that was different in every society. @dimensionx just because he does not agree with your answer does not mean he has no relevancy. Don't be negative against someone else because you do not agree, he has every right to state his opinion on the answer choice. P.S. his can also mean her