Question: Where did the ancient Phoenicians live?
Answer: The ancient area called Phoenicia occupies much of the present-day nation of Lebanon.
Question: Who are the native people of Australia?
Answer: A small percentage of Australia’s population is made up of native Aborigines. The Aborigines had lived on the continent for 40,000 years before the Europeans came in about 1788.
Question: Which of these peoples is found in Scandinavia?
Answer: Sami, or Lapps, live mainly in the north of Scandinavia. Sami are known as herders of reindeer.
Question: Most followers of Zoroastrianism live in:
Answer: The religion known as Zoroastrianism dates back to ancient times. In India—where the majority of followers live—the religion is known as Parsiism.
Question: Which of these people are closely related to the Navajo Indians?
Answer: The Apache and Navajo peoples are cousins, descendants of the Athabaskan family of languages.
Question: What is the name for a social group in India?
Answer: The Hindu religion is also a system that organizes Indian society into groups known as castes.
Question: Most Chinese live in the eastern part of the country because:
Answer: Eastern China contains the country’s best agricultural lands. The interior of the country has less arable soil, and much of it is desert or mountainous.
Question: What kind of people make up most of Oman’s population?
Answer: Most of the people of Oman are Arabs. Many are descended from the Bedouin people who roamed the Arabian Desert for centuries.
Question: What people are associated with Mount Everest?
Answer: The best known of the people associated with Mount Everest are the Sherpa. They live in Nepal and Sikkim state (in India).
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