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Can you name the modern countries that are coterritorial with these AD 800 descriptions?

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HintAnswerType of society
Nan Chaostate society
Ghanastate society
San hunter-gatherershunter-gatherers
maize farmerssimple farming societies
north Andean chiefdomscomplex farming societies
Mataramstate society
Khoisan herderssimple farming societies
Sinhalese kingdomsstate societies
Pandya statestate society
Ainu hunter gatherershunter-gatherers
Pallava statestate society
Alwastate society
Arctic marine mammal huntershunter-gatherers
Huari Empireempire
desert hunter-gatherers (North America)hunter-gatherers
Aleutshunter-gatherers
plains bison huntershunter-gatherers
Volga Bulgarsnomadic pastoralists
Turkic nomadsnomadic pastoralists
Tang Empireempire
Rashtrakuta statestate society
Makkurastate society
HintAnswerType of society
Mon statestate society
Khitansnomadic pastoralists
Finnscomplex farming societies
Carolingian Empireempire (some countries excluded, answer too long)
Idrisid Caliphateempire
Hohokam culturesimple farming societies
Hindu statesstate societies
Parhaestate society
Japanstate society
Arctic marine mammal huntershunter-gatherers
Melanesianssimple farming societies
Axumstate society
plateau fishers and hunter-gatherershunter-gatherers
Dvaravatistate society
Tibetan Empireempire
Micronesianssimple farming societies
Maya city-statesstate societies
Monte Alban (Zapotecs)state society
Siberian hunter-gathererershunter-gatherers
Toltec Empireempire
Austronesianssimple farming societies
farming replacing hunter-gathering (South America)simple farming societies
HintAnswerType of society
savanna hunter-gatherers (South America)hunter-gatherers
pampas hunter-gatherershunter-gatherers
Tungusic and Yakut reindeer herdersnomadic pastoralists
manioc farmerssimple farming societies
pastoral nomads (Africa)nomadic pastoralists
Mesoamerican city-statesstate societies
Gurjara-Pratiharastate society
Thaiscomplex farming societies
Abbasid Caliphateempire (some countries excluded, answer too long)
Mississippian temple mound builderssimple farming societies
West African chiefdomscomplex farming societies (some countries excluded, answer too long)
Bantu-speaking herders, farmers, forest farmerssimple farming societies (some countries excluded, answer too long)
Amazonian chiefdomscomplex farming societies
Sillastate society
uninhabiteduninhabited
Khazarsnomadic pastoralists
Scandinavianscomplex farming societies
Asturiasstate society
eastern woodland hunter-gatherers and cultivatorssimple farming societies
Lappshunter-gatherers
Slavscomplex farming societies (some countries excluded, answer too long)
Tiahuanaco Empireempire
HintAnswerType of society
Lombard duchiesstate societies
Polynesianssimple farming societies
Aghlabid Emiratestate society
sub-Arctic forest hunter-gatherershunter-gatherers
Burmesecomplex farming societies
Samoyed reindeer herdersnomadic pastoralists
Anglo-Saxon kingdomsstate societies
Pyu statestate society
Celtic kingdomsstate societies
Baltscomplex farming societies
west coast foraging, hunting, and fishing peopleshunter-gatherers
minor Hindu and Buddhist states state societies
shellfish gatherers and marine mammal hunters (South America)hunter-gatherers
Malagasysimple farming societies
Danube Bulgarsnomadic pastoralists
Byzantine Empireempire
camel nomadsnomadic pastoralists
Mogollon culturesimple farming societies
Srivijaya Empireempire
Magyarsnomadic pastoralists
Umayyad Caliphateempire
Anasazi culturesimple farming societies

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