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Shah Abbas brought thousands of Armenians to his capitol at Isfahan because he wanted to a. convert Armenian Christians to Islam. b. help expand the silk trade in Isfahan. c. enlist the Armenians to be soldiers in his army. d. help the Armenian Shiites escape religious persecution.
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User: The janizaries were an elite force in a. the Ottoman army. b. the ancient kingdom of Nubia. c. Ethiopia. d. the Kamakura shogunate.

User: Shah Abbas brought thousands of Armenians to his capitol at Isfahan because he wanted to a. convert Armenian Christians to Islam. b. help expand the silk trade in Isfahan. c. enlist the Armenians to be soldiers in his army. d. help the Armenian Shiites escape religious persecution.

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User: The kingdom of Nubia absorbed culture and traditions from the civilization of a. Sofala. b. Rome. c. Egypt. d. Carthage.

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