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Q: Why did the Byzantines want Belisarius to stake everything in a single battle against the Goths? a. to deceive the enemy b. to gain a strategic advantage c. to prevent starving to death d. to finish
the war before winter
A: The answer is A. to deceive the enemy.
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User: Why did the Byzantines want Belisarius to stake everything in a single battle against the Goths? a. to deceive the enemy b. to gain a strategic advantage c. to prevent starving to death d. to finish the war before winter

Weegy: The answer is A. to deceive the enemy.
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User: Which of the following reflects Theodora’s attitude about dealing with the Nika Riots?



Weegy: c. to prevent starving to death. This passage refers to an account of the Siege of Rome from 537 - 538 AD. [ Belisarius, who was in defense of Rome in the name of the Byzantine Empire under Justinian, was in a tough position with a small force and little support, though he did his best to fortify the city, protect its approaches, and fill its granaries after taking control of the city from gothic control. The Ostrogoths, on the other hand, returned and decided to slowly starve the city into submission by cutting off its aqueducts by walling them up and intercepting supplies. According to this passage, the Romans wanted the Byzantines to take on the Ostrogoths to break the siege. But Belisarius cautiously decided to wait until reinforcements finally arrived. ]
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