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Which best describes the Vatican’s relationship with Spain during the 15th century?

A) Spain was fervently Catholic and Spanish gold raised numerous buildings in Rome.

B) Spain and the Vatican formed the Schmalkaldic League to fight the French.

C) Spain and the Vatican combined forces to overtake the House of Habsburgs.

D) Spain and the Vatican were sworn enemies after Spain invaded and sacked Naples.
Is it D?

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  1. No. Not D.

  2. B?

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