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# In his eagerness to find a city worthy of Priam, the German

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In his eagerness to find a city worthy of Priam, the German [#permalink]

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In his eagerness to find a city worthy of Priam, the German archaeologist Schliemann
cut through Troy and uncovered a civilization a thousand years older as was the city
Homer’s heroes knew.
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(A) older as was the city Homer’s heroes knew
(B) more ancient than the city known to Homer’s heroes
(C) older than was the city known to Homer’s heroes
(D) more ancient of a city than Homer’s heroes knew
(E) older of a city than was the one known to Homer’s heroes

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Re: SC - Schliemann [#permalink]

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29 Nov 2008, 02:03
B

C seems to be the best answer, but 'was' makes it unparralel
So, B is the most correct among the given choices

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