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Q: Fighting between the royal clans, the eunuchs, and the Confucian scholars led to the fall of which Chinese dynasty? Shang Song Han Tang
A: c. Han
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User: Fighting between the royal clans, the eunuchs, and the Confucian scholars led to the fall of which Chinese dynasty? Shang Song Han Tang

Weegy: c. Han
Mayang30|Points 273|

User: In what ways does migration affect language?

User: What Roman leader am I? "The fall of Rome began during my reign when I made the mistake of replacing the republic. I wanted full control of the empire in my hands." Augustus Constantine Diocletian

Weegy: b. Constantine
Shey091808|Points 110|

User: What early civilization's inhabited region is shown in the map above? Egyptian Mesopotamian Sumerian Indus Valley

Weegy: I'm sorry but can you give me the link of the map or image link?
andrewpallarca|Points 14102|

User: The two great Humanists that contributed to Renaissance politics were Machiavelli and _____. More Kepler Newton Copernicus

User: During its Golden Age, China followed a policy of _____, believing their country to be the center of the world. Choose the best response. independence openness isolation multiculturalism

Weegy: c. isolation
selymi|Points 8772|

User: Africa has never fully recovered from European imperialism; it still feels the effects of colonization today. True False

Weegy: This is True.
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

User: Citizens in the Italian city-states felt more loyal to their own governments than they did to the country of Italy. True False

User: During the Industrial Revolution, the workers that supplied labor in factories and mines were known as the Urban working classMiddle classLower ClassIndustrial Class .

Weegy: Urban working class
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 6007|

User: There were three early trading centers associated with the Mediterranean Sea. Which one is being described below? This trading center was a port city in southern Turkey. Its main export was cedar wood for constructing ships, tombs, and houses. The area served as a central storage place for grain from Syria's inland wheat fields. Byblos Crete Ugarit

Weegy: The answer is Byblos
Expert answered|yeshamay|Points 0|

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