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Which literary term describes one form of a fourteen-line lyric poem? A. epic poem B. Italian sonnet C. narrative poem D. epigram
A. Italian sonnet describes one form of a fourteen-line lyric poem.
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Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape A. religious persecution. B. invading Huns. C. black death. D. mass starvation.
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What early Andean culture constructed the largest adobe structure in the ancient Americas? A. Chavín B. Paracas C. Moche D. Chimú
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What commercial practice did Europeans adopt from the Muslim merchants with whom they traded? A. the use of paper currency B. use of credit C. the use of guilds D. the use of gold coins
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After the Great Schism, the Byzantine church became known as the A. Roman Catholic Church. B. Greek Patriarchal Church. C. Eastern Orthodox Church. D. Reformed Catholic Church.
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