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Q: Scribes were valuable to rulers because of the scribes’ skills in… A. reading and writing. B. architecture. C. public works. D. metalworking.
A: Scribes were valuable to rulers because of the scribes? skills in A) reading and writing. [ ______________________________ The Scribe belonged to a well-defined and exclusive caste in the Social Pyramid They were the only Egyptians who knew how to read and write, standing out from the surrounding illiteracy by their command of the secret skills of reading and writing .These qualifications
were considered a privilege shared only with the rulers and the gods. They did not perform any physical labor, had soft hands and clean clothes. ]
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User: Scribes were valuable to rulers because of the scribes’ skills in… A. reading and writing. B. architecture. C. public works. D. metalworking.

Weegy: Scribes were valuable to rulers because of the scribes? skills in A) reading and writing. [ ______________________________ The Scribe belonged to a well-defined and exclusive caste in the Social Pyramid They were the only Egyptians who knew how to read and write, standing out from the surrounding illiteracy by their command of the secret skills of reading and writing .These qualifications were considered a privilege shared only with the rulers and the gods. They did not perform any physical labor, had soft hands and clean clothes. ]
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User: Some scholars think that Old Stone Age people created cave paintings… A. to communicate with one another. B. to decorate the cave where they lived. C. as a symbol of wealth. D. as part of religious rituals.

Weegy: D. As part of religious rituals
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