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Unlike Corinth, which was a bustling port and commercial center, Spartan citizens were prohibited from even handling money in the ancient world.

A Spartan citizens were prohibited from even handling money in the ancient world.
B citizens of ancient Sparta were prohibited from even handling money.
C ancient Sparta prohibited its citizens from even handling money.
D money was prohibited from being used in ancient Sparta.
E the prohibition of money was common in ancient Sparta.

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The correct answer is C. This is a comparison problem. The sentence begins with "Unlike Corinth...." so after the clause that begins with which, we have to say what was unlike Corinth. C tells us "ancient Sparta", which is comparable to Corinth. All the other answer choices fail to do this.


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