Read the excerpt from a key into the american language and answer the question. we weare no cloaths, have many gods, and yet our sinnes

Read the excerpt from a key into the american language and answer the question. we weare no cloaths, have many gods, and yet our sinnes are lesse: you are barbarians, pagans wild, your land’s the wildernesse. who are the “pagans” described in the last lines in the excerpt above? a: murderers b: non-christians c: european colonists d: narragansett indians

correct answer is D good luck

Option C. The “Pagans” described in the last lines of the excerpt above are the European colonists. Explanation: “A Key Into the Language of America” is a book written by Roger Williams in 1643 that describes the American Indian Languages found in New England during the 17th century, mainly Narragansett, an Algonquian language. The “Pagans” that are referred in the excerpt from the book, are mentioning the European colonists, as they were seen by the Narragansett Indians.

European colonists

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That easy because im a pagan the answer is this term is also used to describe all those who are recognisably pagan, but who do not adhere to any of the above traditions per se. a definition of a pagan: a follower of a polytheistic or pantheistic nature-worshipping religion. a definition of paganism: a polytheistic or pantheistic nature-worshipping religion.

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murderers – nonon-Christians – no because the Amerindians were not ChristiansEuropean colonists – yes because they were the main enamy of Narragansett Indians – themselves correct answer is Europeans colonists

The Narrangansett tribe are Native American tribe from Rhode Island. The tribe is a member of the Algonquian language family. In the 17th century Roger Williams wrote about them in his work:” A Key into the Language of America” ( 1643 ). “The Pagans” that wear no clothes and have many Gods are: D ) Narrangansett Indians.

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