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anonymous

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What does this illustration reveal about the relationship between the various orders in medieval society? The clergy, lords, and peasants were all valued as equals under God. Only the lords could properly honor God through good works. Only the clergy could properly give homage to God through prayer. The peasants were considered less significant in man's relationship with God.

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    I believe your answer is A. The clergy, lords and peasants, were all valued as equals under God. In the illustration their Christ appears to be approving of all. It doesn't look like He is favoring the lords over, say, the peasants. If my answer helped you, please offer a medal. Hope I was of assistance.

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    i thought the same thing but wasnt sure can you help me wwith another one

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    @StudyTheWorld

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    Sure, make a new question

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    What does the map suggest about the Crusaders in the Holy Land circa 1100 CE? The Crusaders depended on close cooperation with the Seljuk Empire. The Crusaders had difficulty gaining control of interior lands. The Crusaders kept the borders of their states on areas of flat, accessible land. The Crusaders maintained a close diplomatic relationship with each other between states.

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