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Quiz 4 Study Guide 1. The name of the group that chanted mantras early on in India, by memory. Their words were like bird song. - Brahmans 2. How many days must the priests and their wives stay in the building in south India before the buildings are burned? - 12 Days 3. What is the number of the genetic marker that identifies the first immigrants to India from Africa? - M-130 4. In parts of southern India what god is considered the most important? - the mother goddess 5. About when were the first cities built in the Indus valley? - 3000 B.C. 6. About how many people lived in the ancient of Harappa at its peak? - 200,000 7. Why do experts think the Indus civilization died out and the people moved to Ganges? -climate changes (monsoons shifts and drying up of rivers) 8. What literary work was one of the earliest works written in Sanskrit? -
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  • Spring '10
  • F.Hussain
  • Indus Valley, sacred hallucinogenic drink, great Indian myth

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