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social studies vocab

What is the name of the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres? equater
what is the name of the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres? prime meridian
Which of the following is not a state: Rhode Island, Louisiana, Sacramento, Montana? sacramento
who studies and creates maps of earths natrural humanmade fetures geo grapher
an area of sediment deposited at the mouth of the river delta
what are the names of the four hemispheres Northern,Eastern,Western,Southern
Is the the tropic of cancer north or south of the equater? north
the group of 48 states that are linked together contituois
what does a star/dot in a circle ussually mean on a map National Capital
what is the name given to a point of a land extending into a body of water cape
What are the seven continents of earth north america,south america,africa,asiae,europe,austrailia and antartica
what are the three types of social scientist geographer,historion and archeoligests
height of land above sea level elavation
an area of highlight flat land plateau
an object made or used by people in the past artifact
prehistoric before written history
relating to a ceremony,such as a religious ceremony ritual
a scientist who studies human development and culture anthropologist
a dead body remains
a two-footed animal biped
to move from one geographic region to another migrate
a piece of land connecting two continents land bridge
to train a wild animal to be useful human domesticate
the business of farming agriculture
the business of buying and selling or changing iteams trade
a mineral mined for its valuable uses ore
ancient people who lived in the geographic region of sumer sumerians
a wall of earth built to prevent a river from flooding its banks levee
the way civilization is orginized social structure
the use of tools and other inventions for practical use technology
a two wheeled vehicle pulled by a horse chariots
a person who writes scribe
an ancient mes-option tower zigguart
writing that uses wedge-shaped charecters cuneiform
a symbol that stands for an object pictograph
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