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Which of the following was not part of the Byzantine Empire at its height in the sixth century AD (CE)? Northern Africa Southern Spain Northern France Southern Italy

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  1. anonymous
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    im gonna say D.

  3. anonymous
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    umm thanks..but how?

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    It has to be part of the Byzantine Empire, and France wasn't even part of the Byzantine Empire, see where I'm going? Italy was part of the Byzantine Empire, but the Southern part of Italy was not part of the Byzantine Empire during the 6th century

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    I looked this up btw.

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    thanks

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