c. catherine the great was the russian tsar that transformed the royal residence in st. petersburg, the hermitage, into a center of culture, painting, and the performing arts.
in a world characterized by increasing integration on economic, political and institutional levels, the notions of sovereignty and independence are becoming somewhat vague and a number of social entities such as ethnic groups which exist within wider societies are perceiving such integration - which is partly due to globalization - as a threat to their culture and identity.
the answer is very simple. both are true because matthew and levi are the same person. matthew is the greek name and levi was the hebrew name. as a tax collector, matthew worked for greek-speaking romans. he gathered taxes from hebrew-speaking jews