History
Themac4ever
2015-11-10 23:55:45
1. How did geography affect where ancient peoples settled on the Indian subcontinent? a. Settlements grew in arid areas where herders had more space. b. Settlements were built in mountainous regions to avoid invaders. c. Settlements developed in river valleys that were fertile for farming. d. Settlements developed where civilizations were previously built. 2. What do archaeologists identify as one possible reason for the decline of the Indus civilization? a. The Aryans attacked and overran Indus cities. b. Too many trees were cut down, leaving the Indus with no fuel. c. The Indus experienced a devastating drought. d. The Indus people migrated to a new region. 3. How do cattle link the Indus and Aryan civilizations, and modern India? a. All three populations traded cattle with other cultures. b. All three populations used cattle in their diets. c. All three populations were cattle-herding societies. d. All three populations held a special regard for cattle. 4. How was Aryan society structured? a. People were divided into social groups based on family wealth. b. People were divided into social groups based on occupation. c. People were divided into social groups based on religious beliefs. d. People were divided into social groups based on the size of their farm. 5. What is one of the values revealed through the Indian epics? a. the equality of men and women b. the importance of duty over personal desires c. the superiority of the nobility d. the knowledge gained through war and conquest
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