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which of the following cities is known for its master metalsmiths? a. nuremberg b. munich c. neumunster d. rothenburg
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What astonishing decision regarding St. Peter's Basilica did Pope Julius II make in 1506?
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In 1506, Pope Julius II made the astonishing decision to tear down the original St. Peter's Basilica, built in the 4th century under the Emperor Constantine, and build a new one in the Renaissance style, thereby destroying thousands of pieces of priceless, ancient art.

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The speaker in "The Tyger" by William Blake imagines the creature as having been made in a smithy - a blacksmith's workshop.
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