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What style of art was adopted as a means of spreading Christianity during the Counter-Reformation? A)Catholic
B)Jesuit
C)baroque
D)Semitic

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Answer 1
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C) baroque

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Baroque as a style of art pursued the Renaissance. It began around 1600 in  Italy and rapidly spread over entire Europe. It utilized overstated motion, clear details,  and illusions to produce drama, tension and grandeur. All that should introduce the intensity of the Catholic Church and make individuals  feeling little and unimportant in their relationship with God.  

The baroque art and architecture were part of the Counter-Reformation movement.

Answer 2
Answer: It was Baroque as a style of art followed the Renaissance.

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Compare and contrast bathing traditions in western Europe, Japan, and Southwest Asia.

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The bathing traditions across the world differ from one another, and there's always a good reason behind it.

Western Europe's bathing tradition is pretty much in the sense of avoiding the bathing as much as possible. People were going for months without bathing. The reason behind that were the diseases, such as the plague, and it was well known that the less hygienic someone is, the lesser the chances of getting a disease because the body will be more resistant.

In Japan, the bathing tradition was seen as a must, as the Japanese had in their culture that they should always be clean, smell nicely, but also it was an act of purifying. So the bathing in Japan, very often with nice smelling plants, was a common thing.

In Southeast Asia, people very bathing constantly, mostly in the rivers and lakes. The reason for that was neither beauty and prestige, nor threat of diseases, but it was practical. The region is hot, the humidity high, so people were and still are bathing multiple times during the day in order to cool off.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

14. Why was Rome in a great deal of trouble by 135 B.C?

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Because farmers had lost their land, they had also lost their economic and political independence. Merchants had become poorer because rich Romans could get luxuries elsewhere.

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Rome was in a great deal of trouble. Because farmers had lost their land.

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they had also lost their economic and political independence. Merchants had become poorer because rich Romans could get luxuries elsewhere.

HIGH SCHOOL

Why did stephen austin advertise in southern newspapers to attract settlers to texas?

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Stephen Austin advertised in newspapers in the American South as a means to attract settlers to Texas; he specifically did this, as opposed to Northern newspapers, because he felt that the inhabitants of the Southern US states would be much more familiar with the sort of climate that would also be found within Texas.
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What do Rwanda and Sudan have in common?

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Both countries have experienced ethnic conflict that led to genocide.
Both are densely populated
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