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Socrates’s ideas were passed on through the work of a. Aristotle. c. Democritus. b. Plato. d. Thales of Miletus.
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Socrates believed that students should a. focus on memorization. b. learn to think for themselves. c. avoid politics. d. follow the example of political leaders.
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Under the Capetians, the French a. regained territory from the English. b. joined forces with the Pope. c. became part of the Holy Roman Empire. d. united as one country.
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Under the Capetians, the French a. regained territory from the English.
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Edward I established all of the following courts except_____________. a. The Court of Parliament c. The Court of Common Pleas b. The Court of the King's Bench d. The Court of Exchequer
Weegy: he Stannary Parliaments and Stannary Courts were legislative and legal institutions in Cornwall and in Devon (in the Dartmoor area), England. [ The Stannary Courts administered equity for the region's tin-miners and tin mining interests, and they were also courts of record for the towns dependent on the mines. ] User: Under the Capetians, the French a. regained territory from the English. b. joined forces with the Pope. c. became part of the Holy Roman Empire. d. united as one country. Weegy: the french regained terrirory from the english. (More)
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Under Danish rule, England did not_____________. a. become more unified b. increase the government's power and influence c. work to spread Christianity d. end Viking raids
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