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Which best describes the reason the Abbasid dynasty decided to build the city of Baghdad in its present location?
Weegy: The answer here that makes the most sense would probably be "The area was strategically chosen to benefit the most from international commerce."Under the Abbasids, Baghdad became a linchpin between East and West. [ Its location on the Tigris river and along the major trading routes made it a wealthy city in both commerce and the exchange of cultures and information. The other answers are a little shaky - (B) wasn't true because a religious reason was not why the capital was moved to Baghdad. The loss of Spain to the Umayyad dynasty wasn't an answer, either, so (C) doesn't make much sense especially when it was the Abbasids that overthrew the Umayyads in the first place. (D) was also not much of a reason as it wasn't so much done to curry favor from Muslim clerics, but to make it seem that the new empire was not ruled only by Arab peoples. By the time the Abbasids came to power, a huge number of non-Arabs converted to Islam, so the move from Damascus to Baghdad can also be seen as a political one. ] (More)
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Who was John of Damascus? an early Christian bishop a monk who defended the use of icons a translator of the Bible into modern Russian a chief advisor to Emperor Constantine
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John of Damascus was: a monk who defended the use of icons.

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Building self-esteem in families might include all the following except: keeping the lines of communication open. being a good listener. saying I love you. being quick to find fault.
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Which is not an example of a person with high self-esteem? Acting responsibly towards yourself and others. Setting realistic goals. Staying active. Being pessimistic.
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People with high self-esteem are not afraid to ask for help from friends when they need it. One way to ask for help would be: ask friends to tell you what they dont like about you and what you dont do well. ask friends to ignore you when you want affirmation. ask someone to allow you to vent without trying to fix things
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