The renaissance was an era in which educated

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8. The Renaissance was an era in which educated Europeans sought to "return to the sources." What sources?a. The Bible and other religious documentsb. Pre-Christian pagan languages and customs
Chapter 13 “Ways of the World” Online Testc. The art and literature of ancient Greece and Romed. Paleolithic technology and cultureIncorrect. The correct answer is c. Especially among the wealthy classes of Italy in the fifteenth century, the Renaissance (French for "rebirth") meant reviving the long-forgotten knowledge and achievements of ancient Greece and Rome. (See page 373 if
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you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 579 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)9 of 209. Just after Ming dynasty China withdrew from the Indian Ocean and East Africa, which European power began to expand into the void left behind by the Chinese?
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around the same time that the Chinese were leaving the east coast of Africa, and about 65 years after the last Ming-sponsored expedition to India, Vasco da Gama reached India by sea. (See pages 374 through 378 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see pages 580 through 584 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)10 of 2010. All of the following are reasons why Europeans put so much effort into expanding their power, while Chinese withdrew into their borders during the fifteenth century, EXCEPT:
Chapter 13 “Ways of the World” Online Testthe Ming state, which was large but poor.0 out of 1
pages 374 through 378 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see pages 580 through 584 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)11 of 20

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