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What was the Renaissance? A. the eighteenth-century era of renewed interest in classical Greece and Rome B. the rebirth of classical learning in the Middle East between the late fourteenth and the early seventeenth centuries C. a period--during the thirteenth century--of renewed interest in ancient civilizations in Europe D. a period of artistic and literary achievements in Europe--from the late fourteenth to the early seventeenth centuries--inspired by new interest in the classics
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B

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sorry... D
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a period of artistic and literary achievements in Europe--from the late fourteenth to the early seventeenth centuries--inspired by new interest in the classics
anonymous
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not B
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