anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP! What geographic areas did Sargon of Akkad unite? A. Upper and Lower Egypt B. China C. the Indian subcontinent D. northern and southern Mesopotamia
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@deana99 @BrandonR
Christian_10_
  • Christian_10_
I think it's D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
well ill give it a try

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I belive its D
Christian_10_
  • Christian_10_
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey can ya'll help me a bit more?
Christian_10_
  • Christian_10_
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
there all about this guy who conquered stuff What historical distinction did Sargon of Akkad earn by uniting these regions? A. He conquered the cruelest ruler in history. B. He created one of the world's first empires. C. He ended the Sumerian's belief in gods and goddesses. D. He was the first human named as a god.
Christian_10_
  • Christian_10_
I'm not sure about this one. :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
me either
deana99
  • deana99
A or C

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