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A free resident, or citizen, of a Greek city-state often felt pride in his community’s triumphs.
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In the early Roman republic, members of the landholding upper class were called Patricians.

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In Hinduism, the religious and moral duties of an individual are referred to as dharma. TRUE.

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The heliocentric theory stated that the earth was the center of the solar system and that the sun circles it. FALSE.

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The Pueblo are Native Americans of the Arctic. FALSE.
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The Hellenistic scientist Archimedes… A. wrote a textbook that became the basis for modern geometry. B. studied the causes of illness and looked for cures. C. applied principles of physics to make practical inventions. D. developed a theory of a sun-centered solar system.
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The Hellenistic scientist Archimedes applied principles of physics to make practical inventions.
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Pottery is an example of an artifact.

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