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DiornJazz

  • 5 months ago

Which of the following statements is not true about epics? a. They were long and lengthy. c. They were told by traveling poets. b. They were forms of poetry. d. They were stories about everyday life.

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  1. DiornJazz
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    @mm2237

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    @scapeplan

  3. mm2237
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    sorry dont know this

  4. DiornJazz
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    What was the Book of the Courtier about? a. It summarized Christian thought in Italy during the Renaissance. c. It compared Medieval art with paintings of the Renaissance. b. It was about dating and how men and women should treat each other. d. It was about how to act in society and be polite

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    @mm2237

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    idk bout this one either

  7. DiornJazz
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    The Iconoclast Controversy was about ___________. a. the belief in Jesus as God's son c. the role of the Pope b. the belief in transubstantiation d. the display of religious icons churches @mm2237

  8. linda3
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    @DiornJazz please only ask one question per thread thank you!

  9. mm2237
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    nope not this one either

  10. DiornJazz
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    @linda3 alright but r u going to help

  11. linda3
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    No there's too many questions in this thread and I don't know the topic to your question sorry :/

  12. DiornJazz
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    alright well at least help with the ones here

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  14. linda3
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    Diorn your first question belongs in the English or writing section. Because it talks about the forms of writing and it's History not American or world history. So you might get better luck for someone helping you by asking your question in those topic areas. :)

  15. DiornJazz
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    this is all hitory

  16. linda3
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    yes, but your first question talks about Literature. ;) Most history geeks such as myself only mastered in American History such as the great battles fought in the Revolutionary War or Civil war and then there's world History such as the starting of the Roman Empire and it's fall.... Literature is a whole new thing but you might find a lucky person here who will answer your question. On OpenStudy we have different subjects for this very purpose. You will get help a lot faster if you asked your question in the writing section. :) Good luck!

  17. linda3
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    and here's a link that might helping you with your first question- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epic_poetry

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