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Of the following ships, which was the most suited for inland exploration? A. knarB. caravel C. carrack D. vessel
Weegy: D. vessel . Please, rate the answer ?good? and let us grow if you are satisfied. Thank you for the interest. User: Who controlled much of the spice trade during the early 1400s? A. Italian and Muslim merchants B. Spanish and African merchants C. Russian and Swedish merchants D. Chinese and Indian merchants Weegy: A. Italian and Muslim merchants (More)
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A "vessel" is a ship in general. The answer is B. Caravel. You guys don't really look up information before posting here, do you?
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The Netherlands were successful at, and depended on, A. subsistence agriculture. B. nomadic foraging. C. maritime trade. D. military expansion.
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The Netherlands were successful at, and depended on, maritime trade.
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The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the A. Reconquista. B. Reformation. C. Renaissance. D. Resistance.
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The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the Reconquista.

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Certain periods in English history are often referred to by the name of the ruling family, and at the close of the Hundred Years War, the ___________ line came to power. A. Tudor B. York C. Bourbon D. Capet
Weegy: B. York User: The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the A. Reconquista. B. Reformation. C. Renaissance. D. Resistance. (More)
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It was the house of york.The hundred year war was between the english and the french.Calais the last foothold the the english had in france was lost to the french in the reign of mary 1 known as bloody mary.
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The Netherlands were successful at, and depended on, A. subsistence agriculture. B. nomadic foraging. C. maritime trade. D. military expansion.
Weegy: Hi- could you wait one minute while I try to find an answer for you? Thank you. User: The power battle for the throne between ___________ and _______________ was known as the War of the Roses. A. Henry VI/Edward IV B. Richard III/Edward IV C. Henry VII/Henry VIII D. Henry VIII/Richard III Weegy: D. Henry VIII/Richard III (More)
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The power battle for the throne between Henry VI and Edward IV was known as the War of the Roses.
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