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How did the rise of the nation state affect the medieval Church? A. A growing nationalism led to the development of national churches within each nation-state. B. It brought an end to the struggles between the state and the Church. C. Powerful kings tried to free themselves from the authority of Church. D. The enduring power of the Church was reinforced by a national monarchy.
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whpalmer4
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I think the answer here has to be C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i got a couple left

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Identify the incorrect statement about the Mongols and their impact on China. A. The Mongols were a nomadic tribe from Central Asia. B. The Mongols used brutal force and psychological warfare to conquer its enemies. C. Resistance to the Mongols was met with the destruction of towns and villages. D. Genghis Khan's grandson Kublai Khan united China and founded the Ming Dynasty
whpalmer4
  • whpalmer4
D. Kublai Khan was a Yuan dynasty ruler, and not the last.
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If I have to answer history questions, you could at least let me run up my history medal count and post them separately :-)
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lol last one

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