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What one characteristic did all six societies share?
What one characteristic did all six societies share? Religion
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User: What one characteristic did all six societies share?

Weegy: What one characteristic did all six societies share? Religion
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User: The Code of Hammurabi is a product of this civilization.

User: The Code of Hammurabi is a product of this civilization. Mesopotamian Indus Mycenaean Minoan

Weegy: The answer is A. Mesopotamian. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hammurabi (Akkadian from Amorite ?Ammur?pi, "the kinsman is a healer", from ?Ammu, "paternal kinsman", and R?pi, "healer"; (died c. [ 1750 BC)) was the sixth king of Babylon (that is, of the First Babylonian Dynasty) from 1792 BC to 1750 BC middle chronology (1728 BC ? 1686 BC short chronology)[2] He became the first king of the Babylonian Empire following the abdication of his father, Sin-Muballit, extending Babylon's control over Mesopotamia by winning a series of wars against neighboring kingdoms.[3] Although his empire controlled all of Mesopotamia at the time of his death, his successors were unable to maintain his empire. Hammurabi is known for the set of laws called Hammurabi's Code, one of the first written codes of law in recorded history.[citation needed] These laws were inscribed on stone tablets (stelae) standing over eight feet tall (2.4 meters), of unknown provenance, found in Persia in 1901. Owing to his reputation in modern times as an ancient law-giver, Hammurabi's portrait is in many government buildings throughout the world. ]
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User: _______ was the most important contribution of the Shang Dynasty. The Great Wall Writing Silk Gunpowder Question #7MultipleChoice Score: This valley is situated between the nations of Pakistan and India. NileYangtzeEuphratesIndus Question #8MultipleSelect Score: Choose all that apply. History is the interaction between _____. peoplecompaniesenvironmentcivilizationsideas Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The Shang Dynasty followed which dynasty? XaaXieXoaXia Question #10MultipleChoice Score: The Epic of _____ tells the story of a mythological king and a worldwide flood. GilmondGilliandGilgameshGilthen Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Study the chart below and answer the three questions that follow based on your reading in this unit. Keep in mind the ten requirements of civilizations. Which two societies could definitely be called civilizations? Egypt and ChinaMesopotamia and EgyptIndus Valley and PastoralChina and MycenaeansMesopotamia and Indus Valley Question #12Paragraph Score: How are ancient and modern civilizations similar? Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #13MultipleChoice Score: The chariot was first used as a weapon by the _____. EgyptiansPersiansHittitesGreeks Question #14Matching Score: Match the vocabulary term with its meaning. 1. a religious belied in many gods monotheism 2. the religious practice of foretelling the future divination 3. a religious belief in only one god polytheism Question #15Matching Score: Match the vocabulary term with its meaning. 1. a society that has a high level of culture and social organization pastoral 2. a lifestyle of wandering from place to place sedentary 3. a life of tending livestock in open pastures migration 4. the process of settling down in one location nomadic 5. moving from one place to another for any number of reasons civilization Question #16TrueFalse Score: Oracle bones were used to predict the future. TrueFalse Question #17MultipleChoice Score: _____ was home to the Minoan people. CreteCyprusCuba Question #18Matching Score: Match the kind of writing with the civilization that made it famous. 1. Hieroglyphics Indus 2. Linear Egypt 3. Cuneiform Mesopotamia 4. Pictographs Mycenaean Question #19MultipleChoice Score: The _____ society did not have a centralized government. EgyptianPastoralMycenaeanIndus Valley Question #20MultipleSelect Score: Choose all that apply. Domesticated animals provided what three things for pastoral people? source of foodsource for something to dosource of milk, hides, and woolsource of moneysource of power

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