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Ancient Indus River Valley cities based their protection around a. citadels. c. the Brahmins. b. monsoons. d. Harappans.
Ancient Indus River Valley cities based their protection around citadels, answer is letter A.
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User: Ancient Indus River Valley cities based their protection around a. citadels. c. the Brahmins. b. monsoons. d. Harappans.

Weegy: Ancient Indus River Valley cities based their protection around citadels, answer is letter A.
Expert answered|samn|Points 2434|

User: The Shang government can best be described as a a. dictatorship. c. series of loosely connected communities. b. bureaucracy. d. powerful monarchy.

Weegy: The Shang government can best be described as a bureaucracy, answer is letter B. [wink]
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