Which best compare the ruling styles of the safavid and british empire

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its not option A let me assure you. if i find out, i will add it later.

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Hi! Florida was obtained by Britain by treaty with Spain after victory in war. In 1762, during the Seven Years' War, a British expedition attacked and occupied Havana, the capital of Cuba. To secure the return of this valuable city, Spain agreed to cede its territory of La Florida to the victorious Great Britain under the 1763 Treaty of Paris. I hope this helps you! Good luck and have a great day/night. ❤️✨

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Why do you think there was such a strong positive reception of the concept of relics in romanesque society? are there modern religious and secular pilgrimage sites? identify one and explain how its architecture or setting accommodates large numbers of pilgrims?

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1. Why do you think there was such a strong positive reception of the concept of relics in romanesque society?

- The medieval age is also the height of crusades and pilgrimage. It is the peak of the spread and conversion into Christianity. Romanesque society has a strong belief on the power of Relics because of its affinity in the development of Christian faith. They believe it to have healing powers. They also believe that it can transfer the grace from the heavens to themselves. They believe it to be necessary in the afterlife and therefore can rival the sacraments.

2. are there modern religious and secular pilgrimage sites? identify one and explain how its architecture or setting accommodates large numbers of pilgrims?

- St. Peter's Basilica is one of the best known Christian pilgrimage site. It is located at the city of Rome. it is also known to be the Papal seat. It is very historical as a pligrimage site because it is said to be the location where St. Peter was crucified and buried. As we know it, St. Peter is the rock and foundation of the Church. Also on this site is where Nero martyred the first Christians. THis explains why it is a top pick for most pilgrims. To accommodate large numbers of pilgrims yearly, St. Peter's Basilica is massive at 109 acres.

Why were the pyramids built? Select the best answer from the choices provided. A. to serve as government offices and marketplaces B. to serve as temples to the Egyptian gods C. to serve as funeral monuments to the pharaohs D. to serve as forts against invasions

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C. to serve as funeral monuments to the pharaohs

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Pyramids were build so that the pharoahs could be buried there along with all their important belongs to take with them to the afterlife. The egyptians thought that if they were buried with their favorite/most important belongings it would travel with them to the afterlife.

Explain the impact of the following inventions on the british textile industry: the flying shuttle

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For modern textile manufacturing, see Textile manufacturing. For hand techniques, and those used before 1750, see Textile manufacturing by pre-industrial methods. Early industrialised region at Barmen in the Wupper Valley, 1870 - painting by August von Wille

Textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution in Britain was centred in south Lancashire and the towns on both sides of the Pennines. In Germany it was concentrated in the Wupper Valley, Ruhr Region and Upper Silesia, while in the United States it was in New England

How is the legacy of the latin language important for scientists today?

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Italian, Spanish, and French.

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