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What influenced western European societies the most during the Middle Ages? The catholic church
What were three causes for the fall of Rome? Decline of military, high taxes, political corruption, and invasion.
How did the Byzantine Empire influence Russia? Culture, politics, religion, their alphabet, and trade
What was Machiavelli"s most famous piece of work?Whatt was its significance? The Prince. "The end justifies the means."
Who developed the Hellenistic culture and what cultures did it include? Alexander the Great. Rome, Greek, Middle Eastern, African, and Persian.
What was the major goal of the crusades? Win back the Holy lands.
What contributed to the decline of European nobles in the late Middle ages? Trade was revived and peasants could sell what they made and exploration caused monarchs to get rich.
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