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From the list of options below, choose the factors influencing why towns began to grow in Medieval England. trade industry the Crusades manorialism
Trade. As trade grew and more goods were able to be brought in and out of one city, the city grow.
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User: _______is the king of the Danes in Beowulf.

User: From the list of options below, choose the factors influencing why towns began to grow in Medieval England. trade industry the Crusades manorialism

Weegy: Trade. As trade grew and more goods were able to be brought in and out of one city, the city grow.
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User: Match these names or terms with their correct answer. 1. agreement between nobles about land and service John 2. agreement between noble and serf about land and service Henry 3. "Sir Orfeo" Breton lay 4. epic Beowulf 5. "Body and Soul" feudalism 6. a Norman debate 7. an unpopular king William 8. "Beauclerc" manorialism

User: An epic is a long narrative poem about a national hero. True False

User: A kenning is a double metaphor. True False

Weegy: True. A kenning is a double metaphor used in early Anglo-Saxon poetry.
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User: Alliteration is a repetition of initial sounds in two or more words. True False

Weegy: Alliteration is a literary device in which two or more consecutive words (or words that are nearby in the same sentence) start with the same letter. [ It is often used in poetry, literature, slogans, and other propaganda because it is usually impressive and memorable. Another common usage is in tongue-twisters. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. We felt dreary and dismal in the darkness of the night. And a famous one from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Bells": Hear the loud alarum bells- Brazen bells! What a tale of terror, now, their turbulency tells! ]
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User: A ballad is a written report. True False

User: A scop is a warrior. True False

User: Who was not an early Norman king? Henry Richard Alfred William

Weegy: Alfred was not an early Norman king.
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User: What was not a major influence upon the Middle Ages? feudalism comitatus Norman Invasion classes

Weegy: answer is B. Comitatus was not a major influence upon the Middle Ages.
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User: Select three common forms of Anglo-Saxon literature. lyric novella riddle epic elegy ballad novel short story

User: Who wrote the History of the Kings of Britain? the author is unknown Layamon Venerable Bede Geoffrey

Weegy: Geoffrey of Monmouth.
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User: Why is the History of the Kings of Britain unusual? It includes the histories of many nomadic people. It includes many attacks and language shifts. It was written in Latin. Many events changed history throughout the world.

Weegy: Why is the History of the Kings of Britain unusual? Many events changed history throughout the world.
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User: Who wrote Brut and what is the poem about? Venerable Bede wrote about how a mighty warrior, Brut, changed history by founding a new country, Britain. Layamon wrote about Britain's history, tracing it back to Troy and a hero, Brut, who supposedly founded England. Geoffrey wrote about a famous soldier named Brut, whose ancestry links back to the Trojan War, and how he established England.

Weegy: Layamon wrote about Britain's history, tracing it back to Troy and a hero, Brut, who supposedly founded England.rom wiki: Layamon's Brut (ca. [ 1190 - 1215), also known as The Chronicle of Britain, is a Middle English poem compiled and recast by the English priest Layamon. The Brut is 16,095 lines long and narrates the history of Britain: it is the first historiography written in English since the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Named for Britain's mythical founder, Brutus of Troy, the poem is largely based on the Anglo-Norman Roman de Brut by Wace, which is in turn a version of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Latin Historia Regum Britanniae. Layamon's poem, however, is longer than both and includes an enlarged section on the life and exploits of King Arthur. It is written in the alliterative verse style commonly used in Middle English poetry, the two halves of the alliterative lines being often linked by rhyme as well as by alliteration. ]
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User: From what language do most of our pronouns come? French Latin Anglo-Saxon Italian all of the above

Weegy: Latin
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User: Match these items. 1. Romance of the Rose Guillaume de Lorris 2. Divine Comedy Thomas à Becket 3. Decameron Boccacio 4. shrine at Canterbury Chaucer 5. Book of the Duchesse Dante 6. list of characters and setting "Prologue"

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The answers are ;
1. Romance of the Rose - Guillaume de Lorris

2. Divine Comedy - Dante
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Comedy
3. Decameron - Boccacio

4. shrine at Canterbury - Thomas à Becket
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canterbury_Cathedral
5. Book of the Duchesse - Chaucer
en.wikipedia.org/.../The_Book_of_the_Duche...
6. list of characters and setting - "Prologue"
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