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The Peopling of the World Chapter 1 Form A (Chapter Test) World History
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What substance did Sumer's metalworkers create to make their tools harder than copper?
What was the dramatic and far-reaching change in human life caused by the discovery of farming?
What are trade, specialized work, government, record keeping, and advanced technology characteristics of?
What early species of hominids was the first to migrate, to use tools, to use fire, and perhaps to develop the beginnings of spoken language?
What ancient village, located in what is now Turkey, is known for its obsidian products and colorful wall paintings?
What is the term for the unique way of life of a group of people?
The disappearance of which early species of hominids 30,000 years ago still has archaeologists baffled?
What was the system of writing that the Sumerian scribes created?
What ancient city was founded on the banks of the Euphrates River?
What economic activity characterized the advanced cities in Sumer?
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