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the right answer is postclassical (apex) I know I had it and got it right

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You do not tell which choices you were given, making it hard for us to help you. A term that has the words "middle ages" in them is probably the right one.

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answer choices for this one is A)Neolithic, B)postclassical, C)ethnocentric, D)BarbarianΒ 

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