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PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!! "The Visigoths sacked Rome in 410 AD under their king Alaric I." Which phrase best explains the meaning of "sacked"? burned and destroyed taken over by enemies wrapped up and delivered incorporated through political means It's either taken over by enemies or burned and destroyed... I just can't figure which one.

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Burned and destroyed.
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Is this right: "The Ostrogoths then took their turn to rampage through the once-great Roman Empire and conquered all of what is now Italy in 488 AD." Use context clues to determine which answer best explains the meaning of "rampage." to act violently, destructively (my answer) to claim territory after a battle to gather allies after a long war to use political means to increase lands

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Yeah i'm pretty sure it's that one
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