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Which of the following best states why language caused a divide between Western and Eastern Europe? A. Western Europeans spoke a variety of languages, making internal unity difficult. B.
Western Europeans followed a Bible translated to Latin, not Greek as in Eastern Europe, which led to some doctrinal differences. C. Eastern Europeans spoke Latin while Western Europeans spoke Greek, the differences in language made political relations difficult. D. Eastern Europeans spoke a variety of languages, making internal unity difficult.
Eastern Europeans spoke a variety of languages, making internal unity difficult.
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