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Ancient Aryans measured their wealth in… A. Weapons. B. cows and bulls. C. gold and silver coins. D. bronze tools.
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Ancient Aryans measured their wealth in… A. Weapons. B. cows and bulls. C. gold and silver coins. D. bronze tools.
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_____ ousted the emperor of Rome in 476, causing “the fall of Rome”. A. Attila B. Augustus C. Constantine D. Odoacer
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D. Odoacer ousted the emperor of Rome in 476, causing "the fall of Rome".
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In his plays, Euripides often explored people, not the gods, as the cause of human misfortune. A. True B. False User: The Inca owned no property, so there was little trade. A. True B. False
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