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What are an archaeologist s primary resources in learning about prehistoric peoples? A. written records and artwork B. material remains C. beliefs, values, and activities D. fossilized remains
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Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape A. religious persecution. B. invading Huns. C. black death. D. mass starvation.
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Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape INVADING HUNS.

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Mahayana Buddhism appealed to many Chinese because it emphasized A. filial piety. B. personal salvation. C. five key relationships. D. harmony with nature.
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A vassal owed his first loyalty to his A. knights. B. king. C. liege lord. D. serfs.
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