Which landform explains the lack of cultural interaction between ancient China and ancient India?
the Loess Plateau
the Chang River valley
the Gobi Desert
the Himalaya Mountains
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i believe its D
oh wait do you have a reason though?
if you look at a map, the himalayas basically divide india and china
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can you help out with this All of the following are examples of how geographical boundaries can limit cultural interaction except
rivers are the easiest to cross, unlike the rest of the options
oh okay thanks again
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Which of the following is a similarity between the Huang River and Indus Valley civilizations?
the use of bronze ritual vessels
a social class system with farmers at the bottom
the exchange of ideas with other cultures
the use of a metal currency