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12.   As agriculture replaced hunting and gathering, _______ began to develop.      A. countries B. monarchies C. empires D. civilization
As agriculture replaced hunting and gathering, civilization began to develop.
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As agriculture replaced hunting and gathering, civilization began to develop.
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The Villa Rotunda has been a model for architects in every century since it was built in the 1500s. This building was designed by Palladio.
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