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Question 1 1. Legally, Egyptian women's place in society meant that _____.
Question 2 2. What did the pictures and symbols in Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics represent?
Question 3 3. What is defined as moving from place to place, with no specific pattern usually in an effort to find food?
Question 4 4. The following are all names of Sky Father gods EXCEPT
Question 5 5. Greek city states did not form kingdoms and empires like their Egyptian and Sumerian counterparts because
Question 6 6. According to historical records, who were the first practicing monotheists?
Question 7 7. Bronze offered which of the following advantages to early people?
Question 8 8. How are people and animals often portrayed in Ancient Egyptian art?
Question 9 9. The Neolithic Age is also referred to as the
Question 10 10. What impact might writing have had on ancient religion?
Question 11 11. Pharaohs of the New Kingdom may have stopped building pyramids and started hiding their tombs because:
Question 12 12. In a _____, the leaders are elected by citizens who actively participate in the political process.
Question 13 13. Much more evidence remains of ancient Egyptian culture than ancient Mesopotamian culture because
Question 14 14. Which of these would most likely NOT be true of a Neolithic man?
Question 15 15. Marduk was a god of
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