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Identify the incorrect statement about Alexander the Great and his conquests during the 300s BC. A. Alexander was the son of King Philip of Macedon. B. The conquests of Alexander the Great resulted in the diffusion of Greek culture. C. After he conquered Egypt, Alexander ordered the destruction of the Great Library of Alexandria to discourage the pursuit of knowledge. D. Alexander died unexpectedly at the age of 33.

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C is the incorrect statement he encouraged the spread of knowledge
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Question 20 of 20 Exit Test Identify the phrase that best describes the geography of Greece. A. A contiguous body of land in North America B. an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean C. numerous small islands and peninsulas in the Mediterranean Sea D. a river valley in Africa

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hmm kinda stumped here
its either b or c
oh wait yea its definetley b
alright

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