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Q: Which best describes how the people of the Harappan civilization were unique compared to those of most other ancient civilizations? A. They did not participate in wars. B. They had rich soil.
C. They were monotheistic. D. They traded with Mesopotamia.
A: The best describes how the people of the Harappan civilization were unique compared to those of most other ancient civilizations is A. They did not participate in wars.
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User: Which region's language was least influenced by the Indo-European migrations?

User: Which region's language was least influenced by the Indo-European migrations? A. Europe B. India C. Persia D. Egypt

User: Where did the soil in the Indus River valley receive its rich silt from? A. The Indus River B. The Arabian Sea C. Monsoons

User: Which best describes how the people of the Harappan civilization were unique compared to those of most other ancient civilizations? A. They did not participate in wars. B. They had rich soil. C. They were monotheistic. D. They traded with Mesopotamia.

Weegy: The best describes how the people of the Harappan civilization were unique compared to those of most other ancient civilizations is A. They did not participate in wars.
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