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Neolithic people of the Sahara migrated south because of… A. invasion. B. warfare. C. desertification. D. disease.
Neolithic people of the Sahara migrated south because of: C. desertification.
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User: Neolithic people of the Sahara migrated south because of… A. invasion. B. warfare. C. desertification. D. disease.

Weegy: Neolithic people of the Sahara migrated south because of: C. desertification.
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User: The Romans used their conquered lands in North Africa as an important source of… A. lumber. B. grain. C. quartz. D. copper.

Weegy: The Romans used their conquered lands in North Africa as an important source of B. grain.
sipichapie|Points 4739|

User: When the Mughal Empire weakened, British and French armies fought for power in India with the help of Indian troops known as… A. Gurkhas. B. sepoys. C. rajahs. D. Boers.

Weegy: When the Mughal Empire weakened, British and French armies fought for power in India with the help of Indian troops known as SEPOYS.
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User: Why did Japanese shoguns turn against foreign traders in the mid-1500s? A. Japan saw foreigners as a threat after the Dutch seized Malacca. B. A British diplomatic mission insulted the Tokugawa shoguns. C. The pope declared his plans to make Japan a Christian nation. D. Japan saw foreigners as a threat after Spain seized the Philippines.

Weegy: C. Japan saw foreigners as a threat after Spain seized the Philippines
sipichapie|Points 4739|

User: ______ was formed by a group of wealthy merchants, and it had full sovereign powers. A. Goa B. The Moluccas C. The Dutch East India Company D. Macao

Weegy: The Dutch East India Company was formed by a group of wealthy merchants, and it had full sovereign powers. [ ]
jeifunk|Points 8431|

User: In medieval Africa, matrilineal societies formed strong ties between… A. nuclear families. B. grandparents. C. brothers and sisters. D. parents.

Weegy: In medieval Africa, matrilineal societies formed strong ties between C. brothers and sisters.
yeswey|Points 1896|

User: The eleven remarkable houses of worship built in Ethiopia by King Lalibela were made of… A. coral and cut stone on cliffs over the ocean. B. solid rock carved downward from ground level. C. gold blocks taken from the kingdom of Ghana. D. stone blocks rising high above the landscape.

Weegy: B. SOLID ROCK CARVED DOWN FROM GROUND LEVEL. The eleven remarkable houses of worship built in Ethiopia by King Lalibela were made of: B. solid rock carved downward from ground level.
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User: Unlike many other African rulers, the king of Kongo was chosen by… A. a group of electors. B. leaders of the standing armies. C. a vote of all males. D. griots.

Weegy: Unlike many other African rulers, the king of Kongo was chosen by A group of electors.
chinggay_0118|Points 811|

User: Remains of Chinese porcelain found in the area of Great Zimbabwe suggest that the people there… A. once conquered part of China. B. originally came from China. C. traded with people in China. D. migrated to China.

Weegy: C. TRADED WITH PEOPLE IN CHINA. Remains of Chinese porcelain found in the area of Great Zimbabwe suggest that the people there traded with people in China.
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User: During the Song Dynasty, the Chinese economy expanded because… A. China took riches from newly conquered lands. B. new farming methods created a surplus of food. C. new fishing methods created a surplus of food. D. Song warriors destroyed the Mongol threat.

Weegy: During the Song Dynasty, the Chinese economy expanded because: B. NEW FARMING METHODS CREATED A SURPLUS OF FOOD.
Expert answered|andrewpallarca|Points 18691|

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