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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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User: 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

Weegy: Material remains are an archaeologist?s primary resources in learning about prehistoric peoples
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User: Which hominid group do anthropologists think was the first to use fire? A. australopithecines B. Homo habilis C. Homo erectus D. Homo sapiens





Weegy: D. Homo sapiens.
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User: A major result of migration, trade, and warfare was A. cultural diffusion. B. the destruction of civilizations. C. the rise of cities. D. a transition from nomadic to settled life.

Weegy: A major result of migration, trade, and warfare was: A. cultural diffusion.
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