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Weegy: It was the first to believe in only one god that wasn't a substantial figure like a statue or picture. It instead tried to focus on the spiritual aspect of religion- not the ceremonial aspects of worship. It also forbade human sacrifice. [ While not unique in this aspect, it wasn't very common in that time. ] (More)
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