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Q: 21. The Jains are most closely associated with A. Mahavira. B. Buddha. C. Confucius. D. Rajasthan.
A: The jains are most closely associated with A) Mahavira
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User: 21. The Jains are most closely associated with A. Mahavira. B. Buddha. C. Confucius. D. Rajasthan.

Weegy: The jains are most closely associated with A) Mahavira
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User: 22. Which of the following religions believe that everything in the universe has a soul, and so should not be harmed at all cost? A. Hinduism B. Nirvana C. Jainism D. Buddhism

Weegy: The answer is C. Jainism
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User: 23. After Crete’s decline, the most powerful traders along the Mediterranean were the A. Aryans. B. Phoenicians. C. Hebrews. D. Minoans.

Weegy: About 1100 B.C., after Crete's decline, the most powerful traders along the Mediterranean were the Phoenicians.
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User: 24. One significant Phoenician contribution to learning was A. an enhanced system of numbers. B. the writing of many religious texts. C. the training of many learned scholars. D. the development of an alphabet.

Weegy: One significant Phoenician contribution to learning was: D. the development of an alphabet.
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User: 25. Which of the following is described in the passage below? This ruler, known for encouraging the expansion of trade, took power during the New Kingdom to avoid having a child ruler. A. Hatshepsut B. Ramses II C. Thutmose III D. Kush

Weegy: This ruler, known for encouraging the expansion of trade, took power during the New Kingdom to avoid having a child ruler. - A. Hatshepsut.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 5414|

User: 26. Which of the following civilizations is described in the passage below? These nomads used chariots to invade Egypt which had been severely weakened and divided by war, ineffective pharaohs, and numerous power struggles. They ruled from about 1640 to 1570 B.C. A. Piankhi B. Hittites C. Hyksos D. Kush

Weegy: These nomads used chariots to invade Egypt which had been severely weakened and divided by war, ineffective pharaohs, and numerous power struggles. They ruled from about 1640 to 1570 B.C. - C. HYSKOS.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 5414|

User: 27. Which of the following is described in the passage below? This non-Egyptian king overthrew the Libyan dynasty that ruled Egypt and upheld the Egyptian way of life. A. Piankhi B. Kush C. Nubia D. Amon

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This non-Egyptian king overthrew the Libyan dynasty that ruled Egypt and upheld the Egyptian way of life. - A. Piankhi.
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