What was one major departure from Roman life in Merovingian lands during the sixth and seventh centuries?

A.The spread of cereal cultivation replaced the Romans’ enormous cattle herds.B.Slaves were used extensively, even on peasant-owned farms.C.Cities and trade had decayed drastically.D.The Merovingian elites used Greek as their formal language.

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