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Which aspect of medieval society plays the biggest role in the literary significance of the Bayeux Tapestry? A. The population in towns and cities was largely illiterate. B. The rift in Christianity sparked new forms of art and music. C. The Crusades helped artists share their work over distances. D. The Norman Conquest wreaked havoc on the political stability of the times.
Weegy: B. a war that took place in England long ago. User: Scholars believe that the Bayeux Tapestry was created by A. the queen. B. several women. C. William's squires. D. a cloister of monks. Weegy: B. several women. Nuns of noble backgrounds spent much of their time on embroidery - menial tasks in the convent were given to lower class women. It is highly probable that these talented nuns, from ... (More)
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The theme of William Butler Yeats' poem “The Second Coming” illustrates his belief that A. a cycle of civilization was ending. B. a savior for the world was coming. C. the world was going to end soon. D. people continually reincarnate into new lives.
Weegy: A. a cycle of civilization was ending. User: Which theme does the Dylan Thomas poem “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” explore? A. the unity of all life B. the tragedy of the end of life C. the wonder at the beginning of life D. the beauty of completing the circle of life User: In his poem “The Second Coming,” Yeats refers to the “Spiritus Mundi,” or the A. dying spirit ... (More)
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In which research project might a scholar cite the Bayeux Tapestry as a source? A. an examination of King William's lineage B. an exploration of the clothing worn by the medieval servant class C. a comparison of oral-tradition literature in Norman and Anglo-Saxon cultures D. an analysis of the ways in which the French and Anglo-Saxon languages combined to create English
Weegy: B. several women. Nuns of noble backgrounds spent much of their time on embroidery - menial tasks in the convent were given to lower class women. It is highly probable that these talented nuns, from various convents made the Bayeux tapestry. User: Which statement about the history of the Bayeux Tapestry is true? A. It was lost for a time, and is now permanently displayed in a French museum. B. It was commissioned ... (More)
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