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Question 1: ________ shifts from a habitable region to a barren desert.
North AfricaMaghrebMiddle EastEurope

Question 2: 3000 BC________ is in use in Mesopotamia soon after this time.
LeadAluminiumCopperTin

Question 3: End of the Neolithic Subpluvial, start of desertification of ________ (35th century BC).
SaharaTénéréThar DesertAntarctica

Question 4: Record lowest levels of methane retrieved from ice cores from Greenland and ________.
DesertKalahari DesertAtacama DesertAntarctica

Question 5: The Pit Grave (“Kurgan culture”), succeeding the Sredny Stog culture is the locus of the Turkic peoples according to the ________
Paleolithic Continuity TheoryKurgan hypothesisProto-Indo-European Urheimat hypothesesCelts

Question 6:
  • The ________ has cities with 15,000 citizens 5500–2750 BC.
    Boian cultureCucuteni-Trypillian cultureYamna cultureLinear Pottery culture

Question 7: White painted ________ in Egypt and southeastern Europe
PotteryCeramic artCollageStained glass

Question 8: 4000 BC—Beaker from Susa (modern Shush, ________) is made.
IranIraqIran–Iraq WarAzerbaijan

Question 9: ________ was in use, specifically by the Maykop culture.
CopperBrassBronzeGold

Question 10: Consequently, Aryabhata dates the events of the ________ to around 3137 BC.
Bhagavad GitaMahabharataKrishnaKurukshetra War







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