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9 October, 21:35

How was Chavin society structured?

A-It was a small society where the ruling elite held the most power.

B-t was a large society where priests handled religious and political affairs.

C-It had divided class structures, and the king had supreme power.

D-It had no class structure, and village leaders handled local affairs.

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  1. 9 October, 22:36
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    D

    Explanation:

    They have no rulers and had no social classes
  2. 9 October, 22:58
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    The correct answer is A) It was a small society where the ruling elite held the most power.

    The Chavin society was structured in the following way: "It was a small society where the ruling elite held the most power."

    The Chavin society existed in Prehispanic times in the region of what today is Peru, South America. Power in Chavin's society was centralized in a small elite that exerted power and control over the people. They believe that Chavin Shamans had a direct and special connection with the gods. The Chavin people were farmers, domesticated animals, and were good traders.
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