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5 September, 17:06

What made Cincinnatus different from other Roman rulers?

A.

He was very humble and lived a quiet, simple life as a farmer.

B.

He was the only Roman ruler to engage in warfare with neighbors.

C.

He did not believe in expanding Roman influence beyond the Mediterranean.

D.

He worked his whole life to become the most powerful man in Rome.

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  1. 5 September, 18:53
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    The answer is A

    Cincinnatus was a a farmer who took time off to rule Rome while in a time of warfare. He apparently formed an army, won a victory for the Romans, and attended a victory celebration all within 15 days; he then went back to his life as a farmer.
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