anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following most likely represents how Greeks viewed their myths? Written myths are sacred: they reflect the absolute truth about what happened. Written myths are interpretative: different poets had different versions of the same mythical events. Written myths are entertainment: they have no historical accuracy but make for fun stories.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The 2nd answer choice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They weren't accurate so answer choice 1 is out and the Greeks didn't make them up for the hell of it so the 3rd answer choice is also out leaving you answer choice 2.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The actual war that took place at Troy was a central event in Greek culture. True False
0_0youscareme
  • 0_0youscareme
true
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You learned in this lesson that the mythical Trojan War was instrumental in forming Greek culture. It has been said that there were no real "Greeks" before this, just relatively unconnected kingdoms in the land that would later be called Greece. How did the story of the war help "make" Greek culture? Select all that apply. It provided something for all Greeks to talk about. It gave Greeks a common history. It represented a moment when the different kingdoms came together for a common cause, unifying the different kingdoms into one Greece. It showed how Agamemnon conquered the lesser kingdoms and unified them under his rule.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But in a Greeks mind state they thought they were 100% true so nvm it's the 1st answer choice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so A?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
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yup
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i just turn it in when i did that quesetion but firsst i put c and i didnt get as bad of a grade. and i changed it to A and i got a bad grade so im stickin with C

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