phlexam1 - 1.) A. The Harappan Civilization is also known...

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1.) A. The Harappan Civilization is also known as the Indus Civilization because it was located in Indus Valley. Although it’s remains were not discovered until the 1920, it was active many years before. The Harappan Civilization thrived around 3000 B.C. It was much larger than Egypt and many other ancient civilizations, however not as widely known. Since very few texts were found from the civilization, researchers rely on ancient artifacts to discover information. The Harppan religion involved and escalated sense of purity. Also the civilians worshiped religious images. There are many stories that try to explain the demise of the Hardpan Civilization, however the cause is still unknown. Most historians believe that earthquakes, flooding, and environmental degrading were the main causes. B. Because they are located in the same place, the Vedic religion and culture may seem very similar to the Harappan religion and civilization through the eyes of western Europeans but they have many differences. Unlike the Harappan Civilization, the Vedics were known for their religious texts. Also the Vedic civilians lived in
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