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This Athenian ruler was a despot, or a tyrant or ruler with absolute powers. Cleisthenes Peisistratus Solon
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Place the species in the order in which they appeared on Earth.
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lace the species in the order in which they appeared on Earth. first: second: third: fourth: fifth: Homo habilisAustralopithecinesHomo sapiensHomo erectusNeanderthals
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The caste system of India is an example of what key characteristic of a civilization? specialization of labor moral code social class hierarchy institutions
Weegy: a. specialization of labor User: Following this agreement, the Germans experienced an economic depression, desired revenge, and had new leaders come to power. Berlin Conference League of Nations Communist Pact Treaty of Versailles Weegy: 3. Treaty of Versailles User: Which Portuguese explorer discovered a route to India? Bartolomeu Dias Pedro Alvares Cabral Vasco da Gama Weegy: The answer is B. Pedro Alvares Cabral User: The two great Humanists that contributed to Renaissance politics were Machiavelli and _____. More Kepler Newton Copernicus User: Are you gay? Weegy: No, I am not gay. Do you have another question for us? User: Whats up wit me and you? Weegy: how can i help you ? User: You a girl? Weegy: Hi. Yes, I am a girl. Do you have a question for Weegy today? (More)
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Which Portuguese explorer discovered a route to India?

Vasco da Gama. In 1488, Bartolomeu Dias sailed around the southern tip of Africa (the Cape of Good Hope). His voyage showed that the Atlantic and Indian Oceans flowed into each other. Dias' discovery paved the way for Vasco da Gama’s voyage to India. Vasco da Gama sailed around the Cape of Good Hope and across the Indian Ocean. He reached Calicut in India on 20 May 1498.
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Three characteristics of hunter-gatherer societies were: people moved around a lot trash was spread out over a large area diseases spread quickly little surplus food was available many major social changes took place
Weegy: A general term used to refer to societies whose mode of subsistence is gained from hunting animals, fishing, and gathering edible plants. [ Most commonly associated with the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods and a simple band level of social organization, it is a way of life that should not be pigeonholed as a stage in social development and must certainly not be seen as in any sense ?primitive?. As American anthropologist Marshal Sahlins pointed out, many hunter-gatherer societies represent the original affluent society because only a small proportion of their time was spent obtaining food and the basic needs of life. At one time all of the inhabited world was occupied by hunter-gatherer groups, something which no subsequent economic mode has achieved. In that sense agricultural and industrial societies have, at various times, established themselves on the edge of the hunter-gatherers' world. Common characteristics A San man from Namibia. Fewer than 10,000 San live in the traditional way, as hunter-gatherers. Since the mid-1990s the central government of Botswana has been trying to move San out of their lands.[4] Habitat and population This section does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unverifiable material may be challenged and removed. (November 2008) Hunter-gatherer societies tend to be relatively mobile or "nomadic", given their reliance upon the ability of a given natural environment to provide sufficient resources in order to sustain their population and the variable availability of these resources owing to local climatic and seasonal conditions. Their population densities tend to be lower than those of agriculturalists, since cultivated land is capable of sustaining population densities 60?100 times greater than land left uncultivated. Individual bands tend to be small in number (10-30 individuals), but these may gather together seasonally to temporarily form a larger ... (More)
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