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Q: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo. B. encouraging the Mongols to fight among themselves.
C. converting the Mongols to Roman Catholicism. D. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Novgorod.
A: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo.
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User: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo. B. encouraging the Mongols to fight among themselves. C. converting the Mongols to Roman Catholicism. D. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Novgorod.

Weegy: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo.
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User: How did the famous Persian physician Ibn Sina (Avicenna) improve the practice of medicine? A. He suggested treating the mind as well as the body. B. He compiled a huge encyclopedia of medical knowledge. C. He set up a system of hospitals throughout the Muslim Empire. D. He developed a series of diagnostic tests for physicians.

Weegy: The answer is B. [ The famous Persian physician Ibn Sina (Avicenna) improved the practice of medicine by compiling a huge encyclopedia of medical knowledge called The Canon of Medicine, which ran to 14 volumes and remained a standard medical text up to the 18th century. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Canon_of_Medicine ]
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User: Which of the following is generally true about the economies of Muslim cultures? A. Muslims discouraged trade so they could avoid non-Muslims. B. Muslim handicrafts had little value in other parts of the world. C. Handicraft manufacturing was typically organized by guilds. D. Merchants had a low status in Muslim society.

Weegy: D. Merchants had a low status in Muslim society. weegy.com/Home.aspx Id...1...2...6&SpUserId
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User: King John was a religious French king who improved royal government. A. True B. False

User: Akbar the Great helped to strengthen the Mughal Empire by using paid officials in place of hereditary officeholders. A. True B. False

Weegy: Akbar the Great helped to strengthen the Mughal Empire by using paid officials in place of hereditary officeholders. This is A. TRUE.
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User: Both Sikhs and Muslims shared a belief in rejection of the caste system. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True
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User: who was suleiman

User: 'The chief builder of the Muslim Empire was Suleiman. A. True B. False

Weegy: True. The chief builder of the Muslim Empire was Suleiman.
Expert answered|smithwella0|Points 20|



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