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7. He was the creator of the world’s first empire. A. Hammurabi B. Sargon C. Sumer D. Ur
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User: 7. He was the creator of the world’s first empire. A. Hammurabi B. Sargon C. Sumer D. Ur

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User: 7. Who was the creator of the world’s first empire. A. Hammurabi B. Sargon C. Sumer D. Ur





Weegy: B. Sargon created world’s first empire in the Ancient Mesopotamia
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User: 8. The main purpose of the pyramids of Egypt was to function as A. tombs. B. temples. C. palaces. D. centers of learning.

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