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Neanderthals lived alongside Homo sapiens for thousands of years, A. and had larger brains than humans. B. and are believed to have interbred with humans. C. and are known to have continually fought each other. D. but couldn't vocalize because they had smaller brains than humans.
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The basis for the alphabet developed by the Greeks came from A. Mesopotamia. B. Phoenicia. C. Egypt. D. the Greeks themselves.
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What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't? A. Forceful conversion of others B. Use of artifacts C. Conversion of kings and other elite figures D. Conversion of merchants
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