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Why after August 8, 1588, could Elizabeth I claim English supremacy in world affairs? Answer The English established a settlement in the New World The pope declared her a "Defender of the Faith" The English fleet defeated the Spanish Armada England had exclusive trade rights with India
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In the Ghent Altarpiece, Jan van Eyck's depiction of Adam and Eve holds what distinction?
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