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Approximately ____________ of African slaves died while traveling the Middle Passage. a. one-third to one-half c. two-fifths b. one-fourth to one-third d. two-thirds
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Which of the following statements about the Council of Trent is false ? a. It established that salvation came from individual faith and from ceremonial church actions. c. It determined that the Bible, not the clergy, was the sole religious authority. b. It resolved that God granted forgiveness only through the Roman Catholic Church. d. It emphasized the need for religious ceremonies.
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Luther s teachings a. increased the role of the clergy. c. encouraged the use of ceremony. b. decreased the role of the clergy. d. decreased the role of the Bible.
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Luther’s teachings decreased the role of the clergy
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were peasants who worked land for a lord in medieval Europe. a. Vassals b. Serfs c. Fiefs d. Knights
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SERFS were peasants who worked land for a lord in medieval Europe.

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