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Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations shared all of the following characteristics, EXCEPT: (Points : 1) highly developed cities sea-related system of trading regular system of
taxation women played a key role in society
C. regular system of taxation
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User: Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations shared all of the following characteristics, EXCEPT: (Points : 1) highly developed cities sea-related system of trading regular system of taxation women played a key role in society

Weegy: C. regular system of taxation
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User: Select the answer that best identifies the geography of Greece. (Points : 1) subcontinent large, contiguous body of land several small islands one large island

User: Who were the helots in Spartan society? (Points : 1) royal officials who ruled small territories the Emperor of Sparta slaves provided to citizens for farming metalworkers who created armor for soldiers

User: The Athenian government was divided into how many branches? (Points : 1) just one, the emperor three six thirty-six

User: The Persian Wars successfully united which two civilizations to fight off outside invasions from Persia? (Points : 1) Athens and Sparta Minoans and Mycenaeans China and India Rome and Turkey

Weegy: Minoans
Expert answered|sprklebbyshine|Points 20|

User: Which of the following wars lasted from 431-404 BC and ended with the defeat of Athens? (Points : 1) The Persian War The Peloponnesian War Hun Invasion The Punic Wars

Weegy: His invasion in 490 BC was ended by the Athenian victory at the Battle of ... resulting in the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC). ... [ and after the Persian defeat, ... ]
Expert answered|sprklebbyshine|Points 20|

User: Which Greek philosopher developed a method of questioning meant to prompt the individual to further considering an issue? (Points : 1) Socrates Plato Aristotle Alexander the Great

Weegy: A. Socrates
Expert answered|sprklebbyshine|Points 20|

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