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The Greek "father" god was named _______. User: Ancient Greeks often believed that gods and goddesses would communicate by speaking through __________. a. hoplites b. aristocrats c. oracles d. tyrants
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At the Battle of Hastings, the throne of England was won by __________. A. Alfred the Great B. Canute of Denmark C. William the Conqueror D. Edward the Confessor
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At the Battle of Hastings, the throne of England was won by C. William the Conqueror.
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________ was not a successor to William the Conqueror. a. Simon de Montfort c. Henry I b. King John d. Henry II
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The term habeas corpus is best described as ____________. a. the right of an arrested individual to know the crime for which they are being charged b. the right of a monarch to maintain absolute power c. the idea that government and society should work as one unit d. the idea that Parliament should maintain power over the monarch
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The term habeas corpus is best described as the right of an arrested individual to know the crime for which they are being charged.
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