anonymous
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Which statement about life in the Roman Empire is not true? A. Big buildings and monuments were important. B. Romans valued civic duty and pride, strength, and the expansion of the empire. C. People enjoyed games and sports. D. Most wealthy citizens shared their luxuries with the less fortunate.
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SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
They enjoyed sports and games. C is not the answer They were pretty cruel with some people. Hint hint.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D
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THeeerrrreee we go. Boom goes the dynamite.

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