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The city of Sumer, located along the Persian Gulf, made significant contributions to future civilizations. Which of the following is NOT one of those contributions? A. practice of polytheistic religion B. development of a written language known as cuneiform C. made writing tables from clay D. created three-man chariot
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The city of Sumer, located along the Persian Gulf, made significant contributions to future civilizations. Created three-man chariot is NOT one of those contributions.


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