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During the Hundred Years' War, knightly warfare was weakened by all of the following, except _________. a. longbows c. gunpowder b. armor d. canons
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User: During the Hundred Years' War, knightly warfare was weakened by all of the following, except _________. a. longbows c. gunpowder b. armor d. canons

Weegy: c) gunpowder
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User: The end of the Hundred Years' War ended England's attempt to gain territory on the continent and revived _______. a. trade c. democracy b. feudalism d. the manorial system

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The end of the Hundred Years' War ended England's attempt to gain territory on the continent and revived trade.
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