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User: Thais was written in conscious imitation of

Weegy: Can you clarify your question, please?
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User: Romanesque was so named because it A) was larger and more Roman-looking than earlier architecture. B) was brought back by Crusaders. C) sheltered pilgrims to Rome. D) used concrete. E) was the successor of French style

Weegy: A. It was larger and more Roman-looking than earlier architecture.
Expert answered|onefastgirl|Points 269|

User: During the Carolingian period, Greek learning came into Western culture primarily through A) Roman copies preserved in monasteries B) translations by Arab scholars in Spain. C) Jewish immigrants. D) Charlemagne's conquests. E) Catholic monasteries.

Weegy: Greek learning came about through D. Charlemagne's conquests.
Expert answered|onefastgirl|Points 269|

User: Which of the following are characteristic of learning in the time of Charlemagne? A) Original scholarship was encouraged B) Books were plentiful. C) Evidence was gathered to support arguments. D) All of the above E) None of the above

Weegy: D. All of the above.
Expert answered|onefastgirl|Points 269|

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Thais was written in conscious imitation of A) Terence. B) Everyman. C) Song of Roland D) Massenet. E) Cicero.
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Usually when the answer shows like this without the question appearing it is because the expert clicked on begin new conversation (I can't remember the exact wording). We are supposed to do that when a conversation gets long, but sometimes it appears as this one did, with the answer posting and not the question. Another one of Weegy's little quirks.
Added 12/8/2011 9:58:27 AM
Thanks Deb now I know. My apologies to eturker. This is really strange questions not appearing.
Added 12/8/2011 10:07:22 AM
Sometimes what happens is the answer appears twice, once as a question and once as the answer, which is even stranger and looks like the expert is talking to himself, lol. We are supposed to start a new conversation when the user asks a lot of questions but because of this I rarely do.
Added 12/8/2011 10:38:52 AM
I actually didn't realize that this feature does exist! Lol.
Added 12/8/2011 10:53:35 AM
LOL I am learning new things every day here too. It is in the drop down menu where you can choose normal response, please wait note, pass to another expert, etc.
Added 12/8/2011 11:05:58 AM
A sacramentary is a book A) made obligatory in the Frankish kingdom. B) of prayers and rites. C) revised by Alcuin. D) All of the above E) None of the above
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