The turning point in Greek history was the _____. A. Persian Wars B. Hellenistic Period C. Peloponnesian Wars D. Alexander Period
A persian war
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The following are events or stages in the history of Europe. Arrange them in chronological order, first to last, based on when they occurred. Many Anglo-Saxons converted to Christianity Christians driven to Wales Transition to Christianity in Scandinavia Beowulf transcribed by Christians
First, Christians driven to Wales.
Second, Many Anglo-Saxons converted to Christianity.
Third, Beowulf transcribed by Christians.
Fourth, Transition to Christianity in Scandinavia.
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Article III of the U.S. Constitution (3 points) establishes the state court systems. names only the Supreme Court. creates the U.S. District Courts. divides the states into circuits. The federal court of original jurisdiction is the (3 points) U.S. Lower Court. U.S. District Court. U.S. Supreme Court. U.S. Court of Appeals.
i believe it is the U.S Supreme Court
1. Designed to influence opinion against the British, colonial leaders used the Boston Massacre killings as ___. correspondence news propaganda proof 2. The acts passed by King George III and Parliament that closed Boston Harbor until the Massachusetts colonists paid for the ruined tea were called the _____. Tolerable Acts Coercive Acts Unfair Acts
1. Designed to influence opinion against the British, colonial leaders used the Boston Massacre killings as PROPAGANDA.
2. The acts passed by King George III and Parliament that closed Boston Harbor until the Massachusetts colonists paid for the ruined tea were called the COERCIVE ACTS. These are also known as the Intolerable Acts.
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Art expresses many things in culture. How does this image of an American flag being placed at Iwo Jima after the most infamous battle in the Pacific during WWII, use symbolism to commemorate, document, and narrate an event in history?
Answer: As it was stated before, art can express many things in culture. In this case I believe that this image of an American flag being placed at Iwo Jima after the most infamous battle in the Pacific during WWII represents the coming of peace. It shows hope towards the end of the battle.
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Which of the following was an effect of the Persian War? (1 point) The Greek city-states united and defeated Persia. The Greek city-states fought against King Darius I and each other. King Darius I conquered Sparta and the Greek city-states. Persia united with Athens and defeated the other Greek city-states.
Which characteristics describe Alexander Calder's sculptures? Choose all answers that are correct. A. They are serious and gloomy with sharp edges. B. They have simplified flat shapes that intersect at opposing angles. C. His stabiles can be viewed from all sides. D. They are abstract, with shapes that suggest real objects.
The correct answer is - money.
The bartering is a traditional and very old method in the economics. It is a method based on the exchange of one good for another good, proportionally to their value of course. This method has been largely abandoned throughout the developing and well developed countries, but it can still be found in use in the less developed countries.
In the today's economies though, the much more used method is the exchange of money for goods and services. The money have been invented in order to be an easy and practical method for trade since few thousand years ago, and their power and importance had steadily increased as the time was passing.
During the 1920s more than a million blacks moved from the South to cities in the North. Which was not a result of that migration? A. Langston Hughes and other black poets became well known. B. Chicago's black population increased by 50 percent. C. New York's black population increased by 66 percent. D. More blacks owned farms than at any earlier time in U.S. history
During the 1920s more than a million blacks moved from the South to cities in the North. Which was not a result of that migration? A. Langston Hughes and other black poets became well known. B. Chicago's black population increased by 50 percent. C. New York's black population increased by 66 percent. D. More blacks owned farms than at any earlier time in U.S. history.
All the following are true of outlines except __________. they are a vital tool of the research process they are only used by students in high school they show the relationships among an essay’s main points they reduce a large amount of information about the essentials
The correct answer is:
B. They are only used by students in high school.
All the statements are true of outlines except they are only used by students in high school.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Marbury v. Madison cemented the role of the courts to (8 points) A.) answer only to the will of the people B.)confer last-minute judicial appointments C.)decide the winner when an election tally is tied D.)determine if laws are valid and enforceable
Warned against European influence in the Western Hemisphere is the correct answer.
Monroe Doctrine was established by president James Monroe in 1823. This policy established the policy of US Regarding the Western Hemisphere. There were two major points of Monroe doctrine, the first point was that US would not allow the European powers to establish colonies in North and south america or to interfere with the independent countries in the continent. The second point was that the US would not interfere in the affairs of Existing European colonies. This doctrine was established because US was afraid that due to the independence of the American colonies from European powers, Spain and France would try to regain their colonies. The doctrine was a clear message that it wont allow the European monarchies to regain power in US.
C is the correct answer
Which best describes the primary cause of the Great Schism A. An Italian was elected pope B. The papacy was moved to Avignon C. The French elected their own pope D. An Italian monarch appointed bishops
The correct option is C
The Great Schism refers to a conflictive religious event that occurred in the year 1054. In this conflict there was a mutual rupture and excommunication between the highest leader of the Catholic Church in Rome, the Pope or Bishop of Rome (together with the Christianity of the West), and the ecclesiastical hierarchies of the Orthodox Church (together with the Christianity of the East) especially the principal one of them, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople. Its direct antecedent is known as Schism of Photius.
Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages. They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across the African Great Lakes region down to Southern Africa. Bantu is a major branch of the Niger-Congo language family spoken by most populations in Africa. There are about 650 Bantu languages by the criterion of mutual intelligibility, though the distinction between language and dialect is often unclear, and Ethnologue counts 535 languages.
Around 3000 years ago, speakers of the Proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their homeland between West Africa and Central Africa, at the border of eastern Nigeria and Cameroon. This Bantu expansion first introduced Bantu peoples to central, southern, and southeastern Africa, regions they had previously been absent from. The proto-Bantu migrants in the process assimilated and/or displaced a number of earlier inhabitants that they came across, including Pygmyand Khoisan populations in the center and south, respectively. They also encountered some Afro-Asiatic outlier groups in the southeast, who had been there for centuries migrating from Northeast Africa.
Individual Bantu groups today often include millions of people. Among these are the Luba of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with over 13.5 million people; the Zulu of South Africa, with over 10 million people; the Sukuma of Tanzania which are about eight million people, Kikuyu of Kenya, with over six million people. Although only around five million individuals speak the Arabic-influenced Swahili language as their mother tongue, it is used as a lingua franca by over 140 million people throughout Southeast Africa. Swahili also serves as one of the official languages of the African Union.I am not in High school so I got this from internet.
The Supreme Court deemed the Cherokee an independent nation. Why were the Cherokee forced onto the Trail of Tears? (5 points) a) They wanted to get the better land offered to them in the West. b) A few leaders signed a removal treaty with the U.S. government. c) Their land was purchased by the State of Georgia for a small sum. d) They decided to leave anyway to avoid further fights with white settlers.
- b) A few leaders signed a removal treaty with the U.S. government.
The U.S. government utilized the Treaty of New Echota in 1835 to legitimize the removal. The arrangement was signed by around 100 Cherokees known as the Treaty Party, surrendered all terrains east of the Mississippi River in return for land in Indian Territory and the guarantee of cash, domesticated animals, different arrangements, apparatuses and different advantages.
The American Indian Movement (AIM) was a militant group. Option C is correct.
The American Indian Movement (AIM) is a militant American Indian civil rights organization, founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1968 by Dennis Banks, Clyde Bellecourt, Eddie Benton Banai, and George Mitchell.
This organization was devoted to the Native American civil rights movement. It was founded in 1968. Its main purposes are the sovereignty of Native American lands and peoples; preservation of their culture and traditions; and enforcement of all treaties with the United States.
Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Great Britain? With plenty of crops to feed the population, everyone needed a job. With coal to burn for the energy of factories, a healthy population as a workforce, and transportation networks, the stage was set. No other country had a healthy workforce at this time. Other countries were in civil wars at this time.
the answer is B. rain gauge
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about the Maya and Aztec civilizations? A. The Maya developed complex ideas about history, religion, and philosophy. B. The Maya developed an early form of gunpowder. C. The Aztecs wrote and performed comedic plays. D. The Aztecs wrote sophisticated poetry.
Why was the Union interested in blocking and capturing the port of Galveston? (1 point) The Union wanted to harm the southern economy by upsetting the cotton trade. The Union planned to use the city as a base to launch attacks on Houston, a larger city. Galveston was home to many Texans who supported the northern cause. Galveston had many factories that developed weapons used by Confederate troops.
In the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations, the Jones-Locke War began because of a protest against the __________. A. death of John Ross B. re-election of Chief Jones C. cession of the Cherokee Outlet D. signing of the Reconstruction Treaties
re-election of Chief Jones