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Despite their low status in Aztec society, slaves could A. cast votes on government issues. B. be elected to the ruling council. C. own land and buy their freedom. D. fight in battle and win their freedom.
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Despite their low status in Aztec society, slaves could own land and buy their freedom.


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Maya cities are especially well known for their A. complex system of aqueducts. B. huge stone temples and palaces. C. cliff dwellings with hundreds of rooms. D. streets paved with gold and silver.
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Which of the following brought on a decline in the power of the papacy in 1309? A. Christians split to form the Roman and Byzantine churches. B. Monarchs criticized the papacy over losses during the Crusades. C. Pope Clement V moved the papal court to Avignon. D. Emperor Henry IV forced Pope Gregory VII into exile.
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Pope Clement V moved the papal court to Avignon brought on a decline in the power of the papacy in 1309.

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The philosophy of Daoism is concerned with A. living in harmony with nature. B. ensuring good government. C. practicing filial piety. D. achieving nirvana through virtue
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The philosophy of Daoism is concerned with: Living in harmony with nature.

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Which Greek-speaking people dominated the Aegean world from about 1400 B.C. to 1200 B.C. and were involved in the Trojan War? A. Minoans B. Spartans C. Mycenaeans D. Mediterraneans
Weegy: B. Spartans User: To unite their vast empire, the Inca A. promoted democratic ideas. B. created an extensive road system. C. allowed conquered people to keep their own language. D. allowed conquered people to keep their own religion. (More)
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To unite their vast empire, the Inca B. created an extensive road system.
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