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Socrates’s ideas were passed on through the work of a. Aristotle. c. Democritus. b. Plato. d. Thales of Miletus.
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Socrates believed that students should a. focus on memorization. b. learn to think for themselves. c. avoid politics. d. follow the example of political leaders.
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Under the Capetians, the French a. regained territory from the English. b. joined forces with the Pope. c. became part of the Holy Roman Empire. d. united as one country.
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Under the Capetians, the French a. regained territory from the English.
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Edward I established all of the following courts except_____________. a. The Court of Parliament c. The Court of Common Pleas b. The Court of the King's Bench d. The Court of Exchequer
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Under Danish rule, England did not_____________. a. become more unified b. increase the government's power and influence c. work to spread Christianity d. end Viking raids
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