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Which of the following does not accurately describe the Medicis? A. They thought a monarchy was the best form of government. B. They were the most powerful family in Florence.
C. They were patrons of the arts and learning. D. They owned the most powerful banks in Europe. Question Resources Question 2 of 8
The answer is A. They thought a monarchy was the best form of government.
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User: Which of the following does not accurately describe the Medicis? A. They thought a monarchy was the best form of government. B. They were the most powerful family in Florence. C. They were patrons of the arts and learning. D. They owned the most powerful banks in Europe. Question Resources Question 2 of 8

Weegy: The answer is A. They thought a monarchy was the best form of government.
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User: What was the source of Florence’s wealth and power? A. a great seaport B. trade in luxury goods C. a large and powerful army D. an abundance of artists, architects, and scholars Question Resources Question 3 of 8

Weegy: The answer is B. trade in luxury goods.
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User: Which sculptor created a statue of David - the first of its kind since classical times - as a symbol of Florentine courage against tyrants and a celebration of man? A. Donatello B. Filippo Brunelleschi C. Leonardo da Vinci D. Lorenzo Ghiberti

Weegy: A. Donatello created a statue of David - the first of its kind since classical times - as a symbol of Florentine courage against tyrants and a celebration of man.
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