What is the significance of this passage?
matthew 6: 9-13: after this manner, therefore, pray ye: our father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. thy kingdom comes, thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. give us this day our daily bread. and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: for thine is the kingdom and the power, and the glory, forever. amen.
a special prayer that will get god's undivided attention
a ritual in a church service
christ's example of how we should pray
a socially acceptable prayer
Christ example of how we should pray
this is used an example used in the bible an a real prayer this shows how we should pray that his will be done
The answer to this question is:
Christ's example of how we should pray
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B) the death of Pericles and thousands of others from a plague.
D) the defeat of the Athenian fleet by Sparta
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C & D
D. defeat by sparta in the peloponnesian war
The correct answer is letter B and D
One of the first factors that led Athens to stand out and gain power was the Port of Piraeus, which is one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean. It was he who boosted maritime trade, enabling the expansion of the Athenian domain in the 8th century BC Athens was a Mycenaean city, that is, it was part of the Mycenaean Civilization, which was based on commerce and which involved several cities, in the period from 1600 to 1050 BC , among them Athens.
During the Homeric Period Athens dominated Attica politically. The Athenians lived under aristocratic regimes and the land was concentrated in a small portion of the population, the eupatrids. In contrast, most of the population was made up of peasants and artisans who had difficulty surviving and who often ended up enslaved because of debt because of this. Slavery was a common practice in the ancient world. However, this system cannot be confused with the process of slavery of African populations, intensified by the process of European domination in the Americas and which was characterized by the diaspora.
Athens' growth was largely due to its strategic location for maritime trade. The enrichment of traders in the region increased Athens' political and economic power. Because of this, the Athenian aristocracy was under pressure. Athenian democracy emerged as a way of guaranteeing a certain political participation by citizens and so that eupatrids were not the only ones to make decisions regarding public affairs. This system brought guarantees, but also uncertainties. The solution found was to promote a strategy that could ward off those who posed a threat to Athenian unity. Ostracism was a form of exile that kept people considered dangerous for ten years. This was a strategy that avoided wars and internal conflicts.
The correct answers are A and C , as the defeat by Sparta and a plague during the war led to the end of Athens' power and greatest glory.
The resentment of other cities for the hegemony of Athens, led to the Peloponnesian War in 431 BC. Athenians and their maritime empire faced off against a coalition of states led by Sparta. This conflict marked the end of Athenian glory and the beginning of Sparta as the greatest power in Greece, at which time the government of the "Thirty Tyrants" was established.
The Athens' greatest glory was also ended by the Plague of Athens, that was a devastating epidemic that affected mainly the city-state of Athens in the year 430 BC, in the second year of the Peloponnesian War. It is believed that it must have arrived in Athens through Piraeus, the port of the city and the only source of food and supplies.
Yeah it's c and d
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