anonymous
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please help medal and fan ! i already tried answering these questions myself and i got them wrong :( ! Which of the following Greek city-states was built on an ideology that values the arts and philosophies? Select one: a. Sparta b. Athens c. Both of the above Incorrect d. Neither of the above
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following Greek city-states was built on an ideology of military strength? Select one: a. Athens b. Sparta c. Both of the above Incorrect d. Neither of the above
anonymous
  • anonymous
What problem emerged from the fact that Julius Caesar developed a great deal of power in an effort to strengthen Rome? Select one: a. Julius Caesar made poor decisions and Rome actually became a weaker state during his reign. b. Caesar's successors were not as strong as he was. Consequently, they could not hold Rome together. c. Many Romans disliked Caesar because they saw him as power-hungry. Incorrect d. B and C only.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you had been a patrician in Rome, which of the following ideas would you most likely have accepted? Select one: a. People who did not own property should have the right to participate in public decision making. b. People who do not own property should not have the right to participate in public decision making. c. Rome would be better off if power were spread out to as many people as possible. Incorrect d. None of the above statements is true.

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anonymous
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Which of the following lessons can be learned from Caesar's rule of Rome? Select one: a. Common people can make very good decisions. b. Sometimes empires fall when they grow too large too fast. c. Rulers do not always make the right decisions. d. None of the above. incorrect
anonymous
  • anonymous
The fourth one i know is b but the rest not sure @vera_ewing can you help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer to the first question is b. ATHENS
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer to the second question is a. SPARTA
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer to the third question is most probably D
anonymous
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That's pretty much all I could say for now.
anonymous
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thank you so much !
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No problem :)

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