The roman tuba, buccina, and the were used by the ancient roman army to communicate with troops.

The roman tuba, buccina, and the were used by the ancient roman army to communicate with troops.

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Cornu was also used by the ancient Roman army to communicate with troops

 The correct answer is :  the cornu

Explanation:   The cornu is a bronze G-shaped instrument used by the Roman army to communicate orders to troops in battle. It is also known as curved tuba, had an approximate length of 3 meters. It leaned on the cornicen shoulder that translates cornu blower.

cultural achievements of the 1920's 2010  

1. cultural achievements and african american achievements in the 1920’s  

2. art and literature charles lindberg flew from ny to paris, france. became national hero; first transatlantic flight.  

3. greenwich village (new york) and the south side (chicago)  many artists, writers, and intellectuals flocked to these areas to share ideas  people lead bohemian, or artistic and unconventional, lifestyles

b or c im pretty sure

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