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What was the highest point of Incan villages reserved for? A. The highest point of Incan villages was often used as communal farmland. B. As Incan society disapproved of human sacrifice, the highest point of the village was used to house prisoners of war. C. The highest point of Incan villages was used for religious purposes. D. In many cases, the artistic population of Incan society was allowed to live at the highest point of the village to create art and poetry for the ...
Weegy: C. The highest point of Incan villages was used for religious purposes. This point was the closest to the sun which represented their major god, Inti, the Sun God. User: What is divine right? A. the political power of the Estates-General B. the right of the king to rule by the will of God C. the right of nobles to tax citizens D. the right of the people to choose their own king Weegy: B. the right of the king to rule by the will of God User: According to Conrad and Demarest, which of the following would NOT be a necessary condition for the growth of an empire? A. state and local governments B. adequate military resources C. a common threat or enemy D. several dominant states Weegy: C. a common threat or enemy (More)
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What was the Reconquista? A. the most common trade route to the Indies, which was under Ottoman control B. a 750-year effort by Christian kingdoms to expand across the Iberian Peninsula and expel Muslim Moorish states C. a plan by Ferdinand and Isabella to spread Christianity to non-Christian lands, excluding areas with predominantly Muslim populations D. Columbus' plan to sail westward to reach the Indies, which was modified from a plan by Marco Polo
Weegy: C. a plan by Ferdinand and Isabella to spread Christianity to non-Christian lands, excluding areas with predominantly Muslim populations User: What were Columbus' beliefs about where he was, when in truth he was in the Bahamas? A. that the world was flat B. that he had reached the islands near China C. that he was near west Africa D. that the world was indeed mostly covered by land Weegy: C. that he was near west Africa. (More)
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Who was the first European to discover what is now Louisiana? A. Henri de Tonti B. Jacques Marquette C. Hernando de Soto D. Pierre le Moyne d'Iberville
Weegy: The first European to discover what is now Louisiana? Bienville User: Who was the first European to discover what is now Louisiana? A. Henri de Tonti B. Jacques Marquette C. Hernando de Soto D. Pierre le Moyne d'Iberville Weegy: The first European to discover what is now Louisiana? Bienville User: Why was New Orleans the economic capital of Lower Louisiana? A. It was an important seaport. B. It was home to many lucrative tobacco plantations. C. It was the central location of the French slave trade. D. It was a center for French banking. Weegy: A. It was an important seaport. User: What order of Catholic missionaries was the first to attempt to convert the Native Americans of North America? A. the Jesuits B. the Franciscans C. the Benedictines D. the Dominicans User: What were the northern and southern boundaries of the Louisiana territory? A. It stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes. B. It stretched from present-day Louisiana to Missouri. C. It stretched from the Appalachian Mountains to California. D. It stretched from New Orleans to Biloxi. User: What global event made early growth and progress difficult for the early French colony of Louisiana? A. the War of Jenkins' Ear B. the French and Indian War C. the War of Spanish Succession D. the American Revolution What global event made early growth and progress difficult for the early French colony of Louisiana? A. the War of Jenkins' Ear B. the French and Indian War C. the War of Spanish Succession D. the American Revolution Weegy: c User: What was the "Mississippi Scheme"? A. a plan to voyage down the Mississippi River and reach the Atlantic Ocean B. a plan by local Native American tribes to attack any French traders C. a plan by a Scottish financier to encourage settlement in the Louisiana territory D. a ... (More)
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