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What was the earliest alcoholic beverage? Wine Beer Whiskey Tequila
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What was the earliest alcoholic beverage? Beer was the first 'named' alcholic beverage. - - -

Brewing dates from the beginning of civilization in ancient Egypt and alcoholic beverages were very important at that time. Symbolic of this is the fact that while many gods were local or familial, Osiris was worshiped throughout the entire country. The Egyptians believed that this important god invented beer, a beverage that was considered a necessity of life; it was brewed in the home "on an everyday basis." -
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Chinese Emperor Han Wudi chose his governing officials based on their ______________. family standing military skills successful performance on Confucian exams personal history of service to himself
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In order to disseminate Confucian learning, Han Wudi set up an academy for scholars who became experts of the Five Confucian Classics which they taught to selected students, a group that then provided the candidates of which the emperor selected new officials. Han Wudi chose most of his officials from low-ranking families, securing their boundless loyalty founded on gratitude.


Chinese Emperor Han Wudi chose his governing officials based on their (successful performance on Confucian exams).
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Which structure is associated with the Minoan civilization? (Points : 1) The palace at Knossos The Great Ziggurat of Ur The Parthenon The Great Pyramid of Giza
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