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Two types of societies were agriculture and trading throughout Southeast Asia.
Trade was expanded after the emergence of states in Southeast Asia
Spice was the biggest trade commodity in Southeast Asia and they were prevalent because not a lot of people had them.
Aristocrats lived in major cities, the rest lived elsewhere.
Religions that spread throughout Southeast Asia were Thervada, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
Women were side by side men and actively trading.
Angkor Wat was a piece of architecture that took a long time to make and it made an impact on Vietnam.
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