Why is Alfred the Great seen as important to the national identity of England?
He freed England from Spanish rule.
He reformed the system of English law by establishing a monarchy.
He rallied the entire English population around a single leader.
He encouraged tolerance for the practice of religions other than Christianity.
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Consider the timeline above. What accounts for the reason the Byzantine Empire seemed to be the object of attack by outside invaders?
The empire occupied a strategic spot between the continents of Asia and Europe.
The empire often provoked attack by sending missionaries into distant lands.
The empire had an aggressive foreign policy that made enemies among the kingdoms of Europe.
The empire was the source of a number of Crusades that successfully brought war to the capital.