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Of the following commodities, which was the most important source of wealth for central African kingdoms? spices salt coffee cattle
SALT was the most important source of wealth for central African kingdoms.
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User: Of the following commodities, which was the most important source of wealth for central African kingdoms? spices salt coffee cattle

Weegy: SALT was the most important source of wealth for central African kingdoms.
zuri|Points 170|

User: What was the greatest obstacle to the expansion of Islam into India? the Hindu religion of the Indian people the distance from the Middle East the military power of the Indian people the economic power of the Indian people

Weegy: the greatest obstacle to the expansion of Islam into india was: Hindu religion of the indian people.
yeswey|Points 2293|

User: Use this quote from Erasmus to answer the following question: "Luther has written many things rather rashly than wickedly, and among these things they [church leaders] are especially enraged A) because he has little respect for Thomas Aquinas, B) because he is diminishing the revenue from indulgences, C) because he cares little for the begging friars, D) because he pays less respect to the dogmas of the schools than to the Gospels, because he takes no account of human argumentations about disputed points."— Public Domain What does this quote reveal Erasmus' opinion of Luther's criticisms of the Church? He thinks the criticisms lack sufficient evidence. He believes that Luther's criticisms are just. He thinks the criticisms will result in swift reform. He believes that Luther should be prosecuted.

Weegy: B) because he is diminishing the revenue from indulgences
Expert answered|pookatz15|Points 0|

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