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WHAP Mesoamerica

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The transformation that was most responsible for initially moving humans towards civilization was the rise of agriculture
Cuneiform and other types of writing are important in part because they can compel leaders to follow written guidelines of behavior, can aid in keeping track of financial transactions, communication
Why is the Harappan civilazation in the Indus Valley different from civilizations in Egypt and Sumer? The Harappan civilization's writing has not been deciphered yet.
Confucian social relationships Established a hierarchy and insisted upon reciprocal duties between people
Merchants in Classical China ranked below peasants, had little political influence
Caste System (Varnas) -Hindu social classes in India after the Epic Age - Brahmans, warriors, merchants, peasants, untouchables
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