Suppose an archeologist finds a 10th-century gold coin from the Abbasid Caliphate in a Viking grave in Norway, thousands of miles away. For what purpose is the coin most useful as a primary source?
evidence about 10th-century trade networks
information about where Abbasids obtained gold
details about the lives of Viking slaves in Baghdad
calculation of the value of Abbasid money
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I think D
eather c or D, But probly D
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answer is A
here is why:
"Suppose an archeologist finds a 10th-century gold coin from the Abbasid Caliphate in a Viking grave in Norway, thousands of miles away"
Why? Because the coin was found thousands of miles away. Is not D because it's irrelevant. The real question is why was the coin from the Middle East doing in a Viking grave in Norway. Only way it got there was by trading.