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The Neolithic Revolution is considered a turning point in history because it
a) influenced climatic changes
b) included the domestication of plants and animals
c) encouraged a nomadic lifestyle
d) caused a decline in population

Which action is most closely associated with polytheism?
a) praying in a synagogue
b) accepting the Eightfold Path
c) worshipping many gods
d) reading the Koran

Studying the architectural features of the Parthenon, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Taj Mahal provides information about the
a) beliefs and values of a given culture
b) climatic changes in an area
c) 19th century use of technology
d) influence of Chinese design

How did the introduction of agriculture affect early peoples?
a) Societies became nomadic
b) Food production declined
c) Civilizations developed
d) Birthrates decreased rapidly

Which factor led to the development of civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia?
a) political harmony
b) favorable geography
c) religious differences
d) universal education

Which Neolithic Revolution development led to the other three?
a) complex civilizations
b) surplus of food
c) division of labor
d) domestication of plants and animals

In India, Bangladesh, and much of Southeast Asia, agricultural productivity is most affected by the
a) seasonal monsoons
b) unnavigable rivers
c) numerous deserts
d) cold climate

Hammurabi's Code was significant to society because it established
a) democratic governments
b) official religions
c) rules of behavior
d) economic systems

Archaeological studies of the Indus Valley cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro show evidence of
a) dynastic rule
b) monotheism
c) social equality
d) urban planning

Hieroglyphic and cuneiform systems provided the basis for the development of
a) subsistence farming
b) painting and sculpture
c) oral traditions
d) recorded history

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