Hist 101 - PointsAwarded4.00 PointsMissed1.00...

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Points Awarded 4.00  Points Missed 1.00  Percentage 80.0%     1. Attributing the fall of Rome to one historic factor or event is an error known as  A) reductionism.  B) post-modernism.  C) stoicism.  D) hedonism.  Points Earned:  1.0/1.0       2. During the tumultuous third century, ordinary people's greatest problems were  caused by all of the following EXCEPT  A) imperial soldiers.  B) evangelistic Christians.  C) local officials.  D) barbarian invaders.  Points Earned:  1.0/1.0   
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   3. Which of the following is NOT one of Martin Bernal's arguments regarding  Egyptian / African contributions to Western civilization?  A) Ancient Egyptian geometry was the basis for Greek geometry.  B) Ancient Egyptian thought provided the basis for Plato, Eudoxos, and Euclid.  C) Ancient Egyptian culture was derived and developed from contact with the  Phoenicians and Greeks. 
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