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solelovegee

  • 2 years ago

Which of the following statements most accurately describes the ancient Greek religion as described in the Homeric epics

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  1. bookworm00981
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    I assume there is a list of statements.

  2. solelovegee
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    A. Many male and female deities displayed the same emotions and characteristics as did human beings. B. Written holy scripture was interpreted by a highly organized clergy. C. Monotheism began to emerge with the belief that Zeus was the only true god. D. Since female deities were more important, the religion had a greater appeal to women.

  3. solelovegee
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    help

  4. bookworm00981
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    The Homeric epics portrayed the many gods and goddesses worshiped by the ancient Greeks as having many of the same emotions and characteristics as human beings. The Homeric deities loved, hated, feasted and intrigued against their enemies. Most of the central figures of the Homeric epics were male warriors, and qualities emphasized in the epics were courage in battle and individual skill in combat. A. Many male and female deities displayed the same emotions and characteristics as did human beings.

  5. solelovegee
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    thank you

  6. bookworm00981
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    Hope this is helpful!

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