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What was a main reason that many within the Byzantine Empire converted from Christianity to Islam? A. religious creeds B. coercion C. taxation D. contact with Muhammad
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User: What was a main reason that many within the Byzantine Empire converted from Christianity to Islam? A. religious creeds B. coercion C. taxation D. contact with Muhammad

Weegy: A. religious creeds
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User: Which of the following characteristics of the Christian and Jewish religions was most troubling to other Romans? A. Both religions seemed mysterious to most Romans. B. Both religions seemed to have political aspirations. C. Both religions seemed too supportive of Roman rulers. D. Both religions seemed too supportive of temple construction.

Weegy: B. Both religions seemed to have political aspirations.
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User: Which of the following religions grew out of Christianity? A. Judaism B. Islam C. Nestorian D. Buddhism

Weegy: C. Nestorian
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User: What is the name of the Islamic holy book? A. the Bible B. the Qu'ran C. the Torah D. the Ka'ba

Weegy: B. the Qu'ran
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User: The Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path contain essential messages from _________. A. Islam B. Judaism C. Christianity D. Buddhism

Weegy: D. Buddhism
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User: In which century did the Buddha die? A. the second century C.E. B. the sixth century C.E. C. the tenth century B.C.E. D. the fifth century B.C.E.

Weegy: D. the fifth century B.C.E.
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User: Which of the following African groups did not form a kingdom? A. Hausa B. Bantu C. Gikuyu D. Bini

Weegy: C. Gikuyu
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User: What factor enabled the spread of Islam? A. A global ban on Sufis was implemented by China. B. Many characteristics of Islam were appealing to people throughout the world. C. A large majority of Christians converted to Islam after the Crusades. D. The Islamic religion had no cultural traits that were appealing to global regions outside Southwest Asia.

Weegy: D. The Islamic religion had no cultural traits that were appealing to global regions outside Southwest Asia.
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User: As Islam spread, all of the following were absorbed in the various Muslim empires EXCEPT: A. Indians B. Mayans C. Persians D. Africans

Weegy: The answer is: B. Mayans
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User: Which African kingdom or empire is represented by the number 3 on the map below? A. Yoruba B. Ghana C. Songhai D. Hausa states

User: Which famous Muslim explorer traveled from northern Africa across Asia to China and back, stopping many places along the way? A. Il-Khan B. Mansa Musa C. Ibn Battuta D. Sunni Ali

Weegy: C. Ibn Battuta
debnjerry|Points 31740|

User: Which of the following dominated trans-Saharan trade? A. bananas and cotton B. nuts and iron C. slaves and beads D. gold and salt

Weegy: D. gold and salt
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User: How were scholars able to trace the migrations of the Bantu people? A. by studying the remains of banana trees B. by tracing where agricultural knowledge spread C. by studying the movement of their main source of food, antelope D. by studying language patterns

Weegy: D. by studying language patterns
debnjerry|Points 31740|

User: Who led seventeen campaigns into India between 997 and 1024 that focused on plundering and conquering? A. Sultan Muhammad Rumfa of the Delhi sultanate B. Sultan Almoravid of the Hausa sultanate C. Sultan Mahmud of the Ghazni sultanate D. Sultan Rajput of the Rajputs sultanate

Weegy: Sultan Muhammad Rumfa of the Delhi sultanate
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User: Order the following African kingdoms chronologically. A. Ghana, Mali, Songhai B. Mali, Ghana, Songhai C. Mali, Songhai, Ghana D. Songhai, Mali, Ghana

Weegy: C. Mali,Songhai,Ghana
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User: Where did the Bantu migration begin? A. north of the Sahara B. along the Benue river C. Arabia D. the Fertile Crescent

Weegy: B. along the Benue river
Elle124|Points 218|

User: What is an example of a compound machine? A. cup B. set of tweezers C. scissors D. a box

Weegy: C. Scissors are an example of a compound machine.
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