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Pottery existed before the rise of stone buildings and urban architect

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Pottery existed before the rise of stone buildings and urban architecture and has represented traces of cultural evolution dating back from early village life to at least 1600 BC in the southern Maya region up to the abandonment of urban centers at the time of Spanish conquest.

A. has represented traces of cultural evolution dating back from early village life to at least 1600 BC in the southern Maya region up to
B. represents traces of cultural evolution from early village life dating back to at least 1600 BC in the southern Maya region to
C. it had represented traces of evolution of culture from early village life to at least date in 1600 BC in the southern Maya region to
D. represent traces of cultural evolution from early village life to at least 1600 BC in the southern Maya region until
E. representing traces of cultural evolution from early village life dating back to at least 1600 BC in the southern Maya region until

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New post 30 Dec 2017, 12:59
IMO the answer should be B
A- the use of has is not required. The incorrect usage of from and up to.

B- I think is correct. Represents is correctly used for the singular subject- pottery. Additional from and to construction is also correct.
C- ‘it had’ is not required
D- represent is incorrect for the singular subject pottery . Incorrect from and until construction
E- unnecessary gerund (ing form) ... from and until is not idiomatic.

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New post 31 Dec 2017, 15:00
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IMO the answer should be B
A- the use of has is not required. The incorrect usage of from and up to.

B- I think is correct. Represents is correctly used for the singular subject- pottery. Additional from and to construction is also correct.
C- ‘it had’ is not required
D- represent is incorrect for the singular subject pottery . Incorrect from and until construction
E- unnecessary gerund (ing form) ... from and until is not idiomatic.

Official answer awaited.

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B is the correct answer and your reasonings are correct too.

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