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Two types of societies were agricultural societies and trading societies.
Trade throughout Southeast Asia expanded after the emergence of states in this area.
The demand for spices grew, therefore, being the biggest trade commodity.
It's prevalent because the demand grew for products of East Asia.
Aristocrats lived in major cities, while farmers, etc. lived outside the cities.
Women worked side by side with men on the fields and played an active role in trading activities.
The Temple of Angkor Wat, it was important because is took 40 years to complete.
Hinduism and Buddhism spread throughout the region. They spread rapidly to other parts of Asia.
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