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Which Greek-speaking people dominated the Aegean world from about 1400 B.C. to 1200 B.C. and were involved in the Trojan War? A. Minoans B. Spartans C. Mycenaeans D. Mediterraneans
Weegy: This would be the Myceanaeans. :) User: When Muslims conquered a new land, they often A. refused to allow non-Muslims to convert to Islam. B. adopted the beliefs of the conquered people. C. forced the conquered people to convert to Islam. D. allowed conquered people to keep their own faiths. Weegy: I believe it's C! :) (More)
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In France’s old order, the clergy belonged to the A. First Estate. B. Second Estate. C. Third Estate. D. Fourth Estate.
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In France's old order, the clergy belonged to the First Estate.
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In France’s old order, the clergy belonged to the A. First Estate. B. Second Estate. C. Third Estate. D. Fourth Estate.
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In France’s old order, the clergy belonged to the First Estate.
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During World War II, “Rosie the Riveter” came to symbolize A. the Allied nurses who cared for wounded troops on the front lines. B. the women who worked in U.S. manufacturing plants. C. the importance of obeying rules for food and gas rationing. D. the women who worked in British manufacturing plants.
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lastlove, please provide a source for your answers whenever possible as a support.
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According to Bede, what is true of Ireland? A. It is the largest island. B. It gets lots of snow. C. It does not have any snakes. D. The climate is too warm.
Weegy: A. It is the largest island is true of Ireland according to Bede User: According to the Prologue, how many tales will each pilgrim tell on the journey? A. two going there and two coming back B. as many as they wish C. one for the entire trip D. however many the Host decides Weegy: According to the Prologue, each pilgrim will tell A. two going there and two coming back User: What do you learn about “The Pardoner’s Tale” by rereading these lines? And then Death went his way without a word. / He’s killed a thousand in the present plague, / And, sir, it doesn’t do to be too vague / If you should meet him; you had best be wary. A. Death would rather not speak. B. The plague poses a serious threat to this society. C. The rioters should stay away from death. D. Death can be avoided if you are careful. (More)
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According to Bede, the following is true of Ireland: C. It does not have any snakes.
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