Which of the following statements best explains the cause of the great fire of Rome in 65 CE? A. The homes were made of wooden materials and built close together, allowing the fire to spread quickly. B. Sparks from a volcanic eruption set the neighboring countryside on fire before spreading quickly throughout the city. C. Poor sanitation caused gutters to back up with debris, lessening the city’s ability to respond with adequate water resources and allowing the fire to spread quickly. D. An invading army from Judea set the city’s temple on fire; the rest of the city caught fire quickly, and the city was destroyed.

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