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350- to 500-word story about being a prehistoric artist.
Weegy: At this point ancient art begins, for the older literate cultures. [ The end-date for what is covered by the term thus varies greatly between different parts of the world. The very earliest human artifacts showing evidence of workmanship with an artistic purpose are the subject of some debate; it is clear that such workmanship existed by 40,000 years ago in the Upper Paleolithic era. From the Upper Palaeolithic through the Mesolithic, cave paintings and portable art such as figurines and beads predominated, with decorative figured workings also seen on some utilitarian objects. In the Neolithic evidence of early pottery appeared, as did sculpture and the construction of megaliths. Early rock art also first appeared in the Neolithic. The advent of metalworking in the Bronze Age brought additional media available for use in making art, an increase in stylistic diversity, and the creation of objects that did not have any obvious function other than art. It also saw the development in some areas of artisans, a class of people specializing in the production of art, as well as early writing systems. By the Iron Age, civilizations with writing had arisen from Ancient Egypt to Ancient China. Many indigenous peoples from around the world continued to produce artistics works distinctive to their geographic area and culture, until exploration and commerce brought record-keeping methods to them. Some cultures, notably the Maya civilization, independently developed writing during the time they flourished, which was then later lost. These cultures may be classified as prehistoric, especially if their writing systems have not been deciphered. ] (More)
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During embryonic development of animals, tissue layers form. This process of embryonic tissue development is called _____. embryology morphology gastrulation germination
Weegy: During embryonic development of animals, tissue layers form. This process of embryonic tissue development is called: Gastrulation. User: The endoderm ectoderm mesoderm is the layer of tissue that forms during gastrulation and becomes the animal's organs. Weegy: During embryonic development of animals, tissue layers form. This process of embryonic tissue development is called germination. (More)
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The endoderm is the layer of tissue that forms during gastrulation and becomes the animal's organs.
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Who was the first famous television and radio evangelist who appeared during the '50s and '60s?
Weegy: Billy Graham was the first famous television and radio evangelist who appeared during the '50s and '60s. User: Besides a misuse of welfare, what two things contributed to poverty in America during the early part of the '60s? racial discrimination lack of union jobs social revolution gender discrimination Weegy: lack of union jobs, racial discrimination User: exploitation act Weegy: Most often, the word exploitation is used to refer to economic exploitation; that is, the act of using another person's labor without offering them an adequate compensation. [ There are two major perspectives on economic exploitation: Organizational or "micro-level" exploitation: most theories of exploitation center on the market power of economic organizations within a market setting. Some neoclassical theory points to exploitation not based on market power. Structural or "macro-level" exploitation: focuses on exploitation by large sections of society even (or especially) in the context of free markets. Marxist theory points to the entire capitalist class as an exploitative entity, and to capitalism as a system based on exploitation. ] (More)
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Many insects go through different physical changes during growth. These insects include the _____. butterfly cricket housefly silverfish are alll the above Just so you know
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ALL OF THE ABOVE. Many insects go through different physical changes during growth. These insects include the: butterfly, cricket, housefly, silverfish.

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photosynthesis process that puts carbon dioxide into the form of carbohydrates
Weegy: Reaction of photosynthesis puts carbon dioxide into the form of carbohydrates? Yes, it is true. (More)
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