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Which process aids an archaeologist in the study of artifacts? A. hypothetical theories B. scientific evaluation C. written records
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Written records aid an archaeologist in the study of artifacts.
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How did people in Mesopotamia live before city-states formed? A. Most of them lived in agricultural or pastoral groups. B. Most of them lived in urban areas and did a variety of jobs. C. Their nomadic way of life prevented them from farming or settling in villages. D. Almost all of them hunted animals and gathered berries and other wild foods.
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Before the formation of city states Mesopotamians were nomadic tribes who moved around following the herds of animals. They survived off the land and the wild grains and other things they could find.
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is it D
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Before the formation of city states Mesopotamians were nomadic tribes who moved around following the herds of animals. They survived off the land and the wild grains and other things they could find.
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ok Which factors caused crops to stop growing in Sumer? Choose all answers that are correct. A. poor drainage B. pest infestations C. extended droughts D. salty soil chose as many you think are right :)
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Probably C
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Maybe B to
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Which statements describe the decline of Sumer? Choose all answers that are correct. A. The needed canals became too costly to build. B. There was a lack of natural barriers that could discourage attack. C. As the fields of Sumer grew saltier, harvests became smaller. D. The swamps bred insects that carried disease. When ever you wanna stop you can thanks for all the help you have given me
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A and D
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ok Why did Sumerians build ziggurats? A. to serve as temples for the city's god or goddess B. to provide a burial place for royalty C. to provide a home for the king D. to track the moon and stars
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Like many ancient people, the ancient Sumerians believed that powerful gods lived in the sky. They built huge structures, called ziggurats, with steps climbing up to the top. Religious ceremonies were held at the very top. People left offerings of food and wine. The priests enjoyed these offerings, as the gods could not eat for themselves
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Where was the most well-known ziggurat located in Sumer? A. Umma B. Ur C. Kish D. Lagash
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B
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Which were physical characteristics of Mesopotamia? Choose all answers that are correct. A. The rivers of Mesopotamia flooded annually. B. Mesopotamia was in an arid desert. C. There was abundant annual rainfall in Mesopotamia. D. Mesopotamia was between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
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If you're referring to the physical characteristics of Mesopotamians, there isn't really a single ethnic type: the region has very open borders and lots of different peoples settled there over the last 7,000 years. Modern scholarship tends to emphasize the diversity and multi-ethnic makeup of groups that used to be described as 'races' or 'nations' because they shared languages or cultural characteristics

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