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11.   Among early hunting and gathering peoples, the commonly occurring mark that looks like a "P" is thought to stand for a      A. powerful male leader. B. favored animal. C. symbol for a calendar. D. woman.
Among early hunting and gathering peoples, the commonly occurring mark that looks like a "P" is thought to stand for a D. woman.
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