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chp6 sec 1 geography and early india

geography and early egypt
The harappan civilization was named after the modern city of ______, Pakistan
The Indus is a huge ______.
Most of India has a hot and _____ climate.
The highest mountains in the world.
Seasonal wind patterns that cause wet and dry seasons.
____ is a large landmass that is smaller than a continent
Historians call the civilization that grew up in the Indus River Valley the ________ civilization.
The greatest sources of information we have about Harappan civilization are the ruins of two large cities, Harappa and _______
Much of the test of India is covered by _____ plains and rugged plateaus.
The Indus is located in present day _____, west of India.
The geography of India includes high mountains, great rivers, and _____ rain.
Harappan merchants used a standard set of _____ to measure goods such as precious stones.
Using _____ and advanced weapons, the Aryans invaders took new territory.
The city's streets were ______ and well drained. They met at right angles, creating a grid pattern.
Not long after the Harappan civilization crumbled, a new group took power in Indus Valley called the _____.
What we know about Aryan society comes from religious writings known as _____.
Unlike the Harappans, the Aryan did not build _____ cities.
Next to the city was a huge citadel, or ______, to guard against invasions.
Indian civilization first developed on the ____ _____.
These collections of poems, hymns, mths, and rituals were written by ______.
The house of Mejenjo Daro had ______ roofs. Many had staircases that allowed people to climb to the roof from the street.
The most important language of ancient India.
When heavy snows in Himalayas melted, the Indus _______.
A _____ leader who ruled a village and the land around it.
Unlike Mesopotamia or Egypt, there are __ ______ religious monuments or palaces.