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during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by? A) birth B) merit C) royal appointment D) the council
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User: during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by?

User: during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by?

User: during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by? A) birth B) merit C) royal appointment D) the council





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User: which of the following was a great achievement of the Qin dynasty? A) building the great wall B) the invention of paper C)inventing the government system of a monarchy D) conquering the silk road

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