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Hammurabi s Code was important because it was the first time that a state s laws: A. were set down in writing. B. imposed taxes on citizens. C. applied to the royal household. D. provided prisons for punishment.
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The populations of early villages were able to grow mostly due to: A. food surpluses. B. the rise of civilizations. C. the availability of jobs other than farming. D. large amounts of available land.
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Under pressure from attacks, the first land surrendered by the Roman empire was in… A. France. B. North Africa. C. Spain. D. Britain.
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Under pressure from attacks, the first land surrendered by the Roman empire was in Britain.
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One way in which Chandragupta Maurya established order in his empire was to: A. set up stone pillars promising just government. B. rule his empire by moral example, rejecting violence. C. create a bureaucracy to accomplish government tasks. D. send missionaries to spread Buddhism across India.
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