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# 128. During the Renaissance, scholars were uncertain as to

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128. During the Renaissance, scholars were uncertain as to be location of Troy, and by the eighteenth century many historians doubted that Troy had ever existed.

(A) doubted that Troy had ever existed
(B) doubt that Troy has ever existed
(C) were in doubt as to the existence of Troy
(D) were doubtful concerning Troyâ€™s existence

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28 May 2004, 06:55
Doubting comes only after Troy ceased to exist(died) SO past perfect tense is required here.
A and E are the contenders.

E - awkward
A is the best.

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