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Which of the following landforms was most likely to limit the interaction between two prehistoric groups? forest lakes mountains rivers
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Which statement best describes the contact that prehistoric clans had with one another? It occurred between men but not women. It was limited by weather, landforms, and seasons. It did not exist before the invention of agriculture. It never took hold in the most populated areas.
It occurred between men but not women. Because mostly the men went out and hunted and that way they met other clans.
Which of the following tells how a civilization's contact with other civilizations affected its growth? A civilization that made trade agreements with other civilizations removed the need for competition and allowed it to use unlimited resources. A civilization that was conquered by another civilization avoided control of and competition for natural resources that could have been used to make trade goods. A civilization that traded with other civilizations for goods that it could produce on its own created a surplus that then could be traded to other civilizations. A civilization that traded with other civilizations for resources that were not nearby could trade goods that it produced from available resources.
A civilization that traded with other civilizations for resources that were not nearby could trade goods that it produced from available resources.
A historian has a hypothesis about why a country was conquered. What should he do next? write a book about his hypothesis test his hypothesis through research tell people that his hypothesis is proven disregard any evidence that disproves his hypothesis
test his hypothesis through research
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A geographer is studying the ruins of an ancient civilization that lived in a mountainous region. Which of the following questions would the geographer be least likely to ask? Did the mountain separate the population in the region from other culture groups? How did the mountain affect the way people moved around in the region? What is the exact height of the mountain and what is the climate like at its peak? Where did people settle in the region in relation to the mountain's location?
How did the mountain affect the way people moved around in the region?
Two maps stacked on top of each other. The top map is a map of the world showing early human migrations with directional arrows. The map shows that human life began in Africa 200,000 years ago. People spread from southern Africa north through Africa and into Asia, about 100,000 years ago. Another migration path leads from northern Africa and into Europe around 40,000 years ago. From the path that leads from northern Africa into Asia, people spread west throughout Asia around 70,000 years ago and then south into Australia (around 50,000 years ago) and north into northern Asia (around 25,000 years ago). From northwestern Asia, people migrated to the Americas. People were in northern North America around 15,000 years ago and then moved south and east 12,000 years ago and 4,500 years ago, respectively. The second map is a map image with the continents and oceans labeled. From left to right the following is shown: the Pacific Ocean, North America (shaded orange), South America (shaded purple), the Atlantic Ocean, the Southern Ocean, Africa (shaded green), Europe (shaded yellow), Asia (shaded blue), the Indian Ocean, Australia (shaded red) and the Pacific Ocean. Antarctica is shown at the bottom of the map. Top Image: Public Domain Bottom Image: © 2-12 The Exploration Company To which continents did humans migrate first and last, according to this map? Africa and South America Asia and Australia Asia and South America Africa and Oceania
Africa and South America
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How is a family group or clan making the decision that the settlement will grow barley and other grains an example of the advancement of that civilization? It shows that a central group is organized and making decisions that a government would make for a future city-state. It shows that the civilization has capable leaders who know that barley and other grains will grow well in the region. It shows that no one else is experienced enough in agriculture to make decisions that will affect the strength of the civilization's economy. It shows that a central group is hopeful that other nearby civilizations will want to buy barley and other grains in exchange for other crops.
It shows that a central group is organized and making decisions that a government would make for a future city-state.
Which group collected taxes, and how did the government use the taxes to benefit the city–state or nation? The royal officials collected taxes, which paid for public works projects. The king collected taxes, which were used to pay warriors for military defense. The royal priests collected taxes, which were used to pay scribes and high priests. The nobles collected taxes, which paid for large building projects.
The nobles collected taxes, which paid for large building projects.
What effect did the use of satellite imagery most likely have on the study of early humans? Historians could layer images to compare early human populations to present-day populations. Historians were able to determine the age of early human fossils they uncovered. Historians were able to accurately locate areas where fossils of early humans could be found. Historians could identify how early humans used the land in the regions in which they lived.
Historians could identify how early humans used the land in the regions in which they lived.
Use the photograph below to answer the following question: Image of farm land, divided into various fields and plots, taken from above. © 2012 Discovery Education Which of the following terms describes the object pictured above? globe map GPS system aerial photograph
Which answer shows the number of years that make up a century? 10 100 1000 10,000
Use the timeline below to answer the following question: Image of a timeline with four entries. Going from left to right, the first entry is labeled A, the second entry B, the third entry 7000 BCE, and the last entry C. © 2012 FLVS Which event could be placed in spot B on the timeline? Roman Empire ends in West, 476 CE New Stone Age ends, 4000 BCE People in Sudan make harpoons from bone for fishing, 5000 BCE People in Peru weave grass into nets and baskets, 8000 BCE
People in Sudan make harpoons from bone for fishing, 5000 BCE
Which of the following is not something usually asked when considering a source? Why was the source created? Is the creator trustworthy? Is the creator old or young? Did the creator see the event?
Is the creator old or young?
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Which of the following is something a historian should not do? judge sources hide evidence interpret evidence disagree with other historians
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Imagine you are a scientist studying ancient civilizations. You come across some ancient artifacts and after careful thought, determine the artifacts to be from a tribe of hunter-gatherers. You make this decision based on the presence of one particular artifact. From the list below, which artifact would have told you that you that the civilization was a tribe of hunter-gatherers? small clay pots cave drawings of animals tents made of animal hides small rock hearth
tents made of animal hides
Explain how the lives of hunter-gatherers and settlers of early farming communities were alike and different