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What is the main reason that Rome was built on hills?

A.
The hills had fertile farmland.

B.
The hills provided a natural defense.

C.
The hills were near a port.

D.
The hills were densely populated.



it got to be between A OR B

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  1. Yes, it's one of those. Which one makes the most sense to you?

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  2. No. Farms need relatively flat land. Hills are not good agricultural sites.

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  3. Oh so its B thank you soo much

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  4. Yes, B. You're welcome.

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