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Throughout Southeast Asia what were the two types of societies throughout this region?
The two types of societies in Southeast Asia were agricultural societies were larger based on farming. Second one was trading societies which depended primarily on trade for income.
Trade expanded after the emergence, and supported there selves chiefly through trade. They lived in major cities like Angkor, farmers, fishers, artisans and merchants lived outside the major cities.
What expanded after the emergence of states in this region, and what was the biggest trade commodity in this area?
What were the roles of women?
Women worked side by side with men, and often played an active role in trading activities.
There is one important piece of architecture that took a very long time to make, what is that piece of architecture.
The temple of Angkor Wat took forty years to complete. To help out the Southeast Asia.
The religions that spread throughout this region were Hinduism and Budism.
What religions spread throughout this region?
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