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For what purpose do modern scholars believe the Shona built massive walls in the Great Enclosure, Great Zimbabwe?
Modern scholars beleive the Shona built the massive wall to ensure that To separate the royalty from the common people
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User: For what purpose do modern scholars believe the Shona built massive walls in the Great Enclosure, Great Zimbabwe?





Weegy: Modern scholars beleive the Shona built the massive wall to ensure that To separate the royalty from the common people
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User: Why did the Heian women write using the new, purely Japanese system, hiragana?

Weegy: The Heian women wrote using the system hiragnana because The court discouraged shows of education in Chinese by women
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User: Why do sensuous form, vibrant color, a profusion of ornament, and rich texture dominate Indian art?

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