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How did a reliance on trade for prosperity affect the development of African kingdoms? African kingdoms were able to gain long-term wealth and stability. African kingdoms became wary of foreigners and isolationist. African kingdoms became vulnerable to foreign invasion. African kingdoms consisted of local cultures with little foreign contact. @nurali

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  1. anonymous
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    @zepdrix @Luigi0210 @sammixboo

  2. anonymous
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    @PRAETORIAN.10

  3. PRAETORIAN.10
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    hey soz in the middle of an online quiz and the answer indubitably is: African kingdoms were able to gain long-term prosperity and stability. :)

  4. anonymous
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    Thank you so much could u help me with more plz? @PRAETORIAN.10

  5. PRAETORIAN.10
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    yeah sure why not, go for it

  6. PRAETORIAN.10
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    quando in roma (probs didnt spell it correctly but: when in rome)

  7. Nurali
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    i agree with @PRAETORIAN.10 African kingdoms were able to gain long-term wealth and stability. If a civilization is wealthy it will prosper, it a nation prospers, it gets better.

  8. PRAETORIAN.10
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    quite true Daniel Radcliff ^_^

  9. PRAETORIAN.10
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    i'm da man

  10. anonymous
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    hhahaa

  11. anonymous
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    St. Thomas Aquinas tried to bridge the gap, or create a connection between the Christian faith and ancient Greek and Roman ideas. This school of thought was known as Artistry Philosophe Monasticism Scholasticism @PRAETORIAN.10

  12. Nurali
    • one year ago
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    i think Philosophe. http://history-world.org/philosophy.htm Hope this will help

  13. anonymous
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    thx

  14. anonymous
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    Which of the following is true about global pandemics? They typically are more devastating to developing countries because the people often refuse modern medicine and treatments. They typically are more devastating to developing countries because of a lack of resources to prevent and treat disease. They typically are more devastating to developed countries because of greater population and number of cities. They typically are more devastating to developed countries because of a tendency for people to ignore their health.

  15. anonymous
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    plz help me out with more

  16. Nurali
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    i think They typically are more devastating to developing countries because of a lack of resources to prevent and treat disease.

  17. anonymous
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    What practice was not in place in Italy, which allowed city-states to develop there before the rest of Europe? Religion Feudalism Trade Agriculture @Nurali

  18. anonymous
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    @Nurali

  19. Surana
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    Well, somehow, if I could hazard a guess, I would say you want to look for something related to ruling.

  20. Surana
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    Take four and divide by two. Which answer is the second one?

  21. Nurali
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    i think Feudalism

  22. Phebe
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    African kingdoms were able to gain long-term prosperity and stability. African kingdoms became wary of foreigners and isolationist. African kingdoms became vulnerable to foreign manipulation. African kingdoms developed local cultures with little foreign influence.

  23. Phebe
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    African kingdoms were able to gain long-term prosperity and stability. -brought by their reliance on trade for prosperity.

  24. Phebe
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    thas for the first one

  25. anonymous
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    got that already lol @phebe

  26. Phebe
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    FR LOL

  27. Phebe
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    my bad then

  28. anonymous
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    A

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