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# Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyri

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Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyriakos Pittakis, which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveals its former glory as a royal seat of power in the ancient Mediterranean world.

A. which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveals its former glory as a royal seat of power in

B. which restoration of the monumental Lion's Gate, revealed its former glory as a royal seat of power in

C. who restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveal the city's former glory as a royal seat of power in

D. who restored the monumental Lion's Gate and also revealed the former glory of a powerful royal seat of

E. which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveal the city's former glory as a royal seat

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Re: Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyri  [#permalink]

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07 May 2015, 13:42
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reto wrote:
Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyriakos Pittakis, which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveals its former glory as a royal seat of power in the ancient Mediterranean world.

which cannot refer to people. A, B, and E - are eliminated because of this.

C) who restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveal the city's former glory as a royal seat of power in
correct.
who refers to KP.
reveal is correct, because the subject is Remains

D) who restored the monumental Lion's Gate and also revealed the former glory of a powerful royal seat of
1st - and also is redundant
2nd - now it is implied that KP revealed smth.
3rd - this choice makes the sentence a fragment
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05 Aug 2019, 14:54
reto wrote:
Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyriakos Pittakis, which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveals its former glory as a royal seat of power in the ancient Mediterranean world. After Pittakis we need "who".

A. which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveals its former glory as a royal seat of power in

B. which restoration of the monumental Lion's Gate, revealed its former glory as a royal seat of power in

C. who restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveal the city's former glory as a royal seat of power in Remains of Mycenae ... reveal correct

D. who restored the monumental Lion's Gate and also revealed the former glory of a powerful royal seat of In this version, there is no main verb.

E. which restored the monumental Lion's Gate, reveal the city's former glory as a royal seat

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Remains of Mycenae, first unearthed in 1841 by Greek archeologist Kyri   [#permalink] 05 Aug 2019, 14:54
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