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Q: In the Sumerian civilization, the purpose of a ziggurat was to A. hold back floodwaters. B. keep the gods and goddesses happy. C. irrigate the fields. D. protect the people from
foreign invaders.
A: The answer is B. keep the gods and goddesses happy.
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User: In the Sumerian civilization, the purpose of a ziggurat was to A. hold back floodwaters. B. keep the gods and goddesses happy. C. irrigate the fields. D. protect the people from foreign invaders.

Weegy: The answer is B. keep the gods and goddesses happy.
jeifunk|Points 9732|

User: Pope Leo III proclaimed Charlemagne to be Emperor of the Romans because Charlemagne had A. crushed a rebellion in Rome. B. converted his kingdom to Christianity. C. defeated the emperor of the eastern Roman empire. D. driven the Muslims out of Spain

Weegy: Pope Leo III proclaimed Charlemagne to be Emperor of the Romans because Charlemagne had? A. crushed a rebellion in Rome.
paral|Points 3670|

User: What important step did King Clovis take in ruling his conquered lands in the late 400s? A. He preserved the Roman legacy in his rule of Spain. B. He rejected the Roman legacy in his rule of Gaul. C. He converted to Islam, the religion of the people in Spain. D. He converted to Christianity, the religion of the people in Gaul.

Weegy: D. He converted to Christianity, the religion of the people in Gaul is an important step King Clovis did.
MrG|Points 3924|

User: A vassal owed his first loyalty to his A. knights. B. king. C. liege lord. D. serfs

Weegy: C. liege lord.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: In the later Middle Ages, the Church A. allowed women to become priests. B. encouraged increased education for women. C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools. D. withdrew many rights that nuns had enjoyed.

Weegy: In the later Middle Ages, the Church C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools.
pamdavis|Points 30|

User: What commercial practice did Europeans adopt from the Muslim merchants with whom they traded? A. the use of gold coins B. the use of credit C. the use of city charters D. the use of guilds

Weegy: Europeans adopted B. use of credit from Muslim merchants
MrG|Points 3924|

User: As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built A. taller houses and shops. B. smaller houses and shops. C. wider streets. D. larger sewage systems.

Weegy: As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built? A. taller houses and shops....
uxiali|Points 1567|

User: During the High Middle Ages, one method monarchs used to gain more power was to A. allow nobles to raise their own armies. B. broaden the power of Church courts. C. strengthen ties with the middle class. D. wage warfare by appealing to national pride

Weegy: During Middle Ages, one method monarchs used was B. broaden the power of Church courts
MrG|Points 3924|

User: What caused the dispute between Henry II and Thomas Becket? A. Becket wanted the king to give legal rights to peasants. B. Henry claimed the right to try clergy in royal courts. C. Henry sought a divorce, which Becket denounced as heresy. D. Becket argued in favor of the right of habeas corpus.

Weegy: B. Henry claimed the right to try clergy in royal courts.
awbi371|Points 110|

User: What work did Italian poet Dante Alighieri write that takes the reader on an imaginary journey into hell and purgatory? A. Canterbury Tales B. Song of Roland C. Poem of the Cid D. Divine Comedy

Weegy: the answer is D. Divine Comedy
Roy0624|Points 609|

User: When translations of the works of Greek thinkers reached Christian scholars in the 1100s, A. the Church rejected them as heresy. B. they began to undermine the scholastic method. C. scholastics rejected faith in favor of reason. D. they began a revolution in the world of learning.

Weegy: D. they began a revolution in the world of learning.
thederby|Points 1530|

User: The Magyars who raided Europe from the Asian steppes eventually settled in A. Poland-Lithuania. B. Hungary. C. Bulgaria. D. Serbia

Weegy: B. Hungary
cham718|Points 607|

User: The rule of the Byzantine emperor Justinian differed from the rule of monarchs in Western Europe in that A. Justinian’s Code established a republic. B. Justinian’s Code limited the monarchy. C. Justinian had both political and spiritual power. D. The Byzantine church was the ruling power.

Weegy: The rule of the Byzantine emperor Justinian differed from the rule of monarchs in Western Europe in that??? The answer is D. Justinian had both political and spiritual power. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 791|

User: Byzantine scholars produced many notable books especially in the field of A. mathematics. B. history. C. economics. D. biology.

Weegy: Byzantine scholars produced many notable books especially in the field of history.
barat|Points 60|

User: Russia’s first civilization began in A. the pasture region of the southern steppe. B. the forested region of the Ural Mountains. C. the fishing region of the Baltic Sea. D. the farming region of Ukraine

Weegy: Russia?s first civilization began in D. the farming region of Ukraine.
yeswey|Points 2770|

User: Chivalry was a A. contract between knights and their lord. B. musical style of the troubadours. C. political system of the Middle Ages. D. code of conduct for knights

Weegy: Chivalry was a D. code of conduct for knights.
indi|Points 266|

User: After the Great Schism, the Byzantine church became known as the A. Roman Catholic Church. B. Greek Patriarchal Church. C. Eastern Orthodox Church. D. Reformed Catholic Church

Weegy: After the Great Schism, the Byzantine church became C. Eastern Orthodox Chruch
MrG|Points 3924|

User: What was a result of the Treaty of Verdun in 843? A. The Goths, Saxons, and Franks split Western Europe into three regions. B. Charlemagne united the Christian world under his rule. C. The Magyars gave up their claims to parts of Germany, France, and Italy. D. Charlemagne’s heirs split his empire into three regions.

Weegy: D. Charlemagne?s heirs split his empire into three regions.
dandix14|Points 379|

User: In his work Summa Theologica, who concluded that there is no conflict between faith and reason? A. Thomas Becket B. Thomas Aquinas C. Maimonides D. Pope Gregory VII

Weegy: B. Thomas Aquinas
justpretty|Points 1771|

User: Why did the state of Poland-Lithuania weaken in the late 1600s? A. The Mongols overran Lithuania in 1683. B. King Jagiello disbanded the diet, or state assembly. C. Nobles rebelled against the autocratic government. D. The central government was weak due to the “free veto.”

Weegy: D. The central government was weak due to the ?free veto.?
pingkay|Points 10|

User: What was an effect of Mongol rule over medieval Russia? A. Their code of laws served as a model for later Russian rulers. B. Their teachings helped establish the Russian Orthodox Church. C. They disrupted important trade routes of Russian merchants. D. They cut Russia off from contacts with Western Europe

Weegy: D. They cut Russia off from contacts with Western Europe was an effect of Mongol rule over medieval Russia. [smile] Source:
Mayang30|Points 791|

User: Early villages could support a growing population mainly because of A. food surpluses. B. improved education. C. large amounts of available land. D. the availability of jobs other than farming.

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