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The "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" are important because they __________.Select one of the options below as your answer: A. tell the true history of the Trojan War B. are great works of literature that
help us understand life in ancient Greece C. present factual accounts of the beginnings of Greek civilization D. are factual accounts of the Persian invasion of Greece
The answer is B. These are great works of literature (some of the first in Greek), that help us understand life in Ancient Greek. They're essentially historical fiction. Source(s):
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User: The "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" are important because they __________.Select one of the options below as your answer: A. tell the true history of the Trojan War B. are great works of literature that help us understand life in ancient Greece C. present factual accounts of the beginnings of Greek civilization D. are factual accounts of the Persian invasion of Greece

Weegy: The answer is B. These are great works of literature (some of the first in Greek), that help us understand life in Ancient Greek. They're essentially historical fiction. Source(s):
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User: What statement CORRECTLY describes the connection between the government and the church in the Byzantine Empire?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. The emperor controlled both the government and the church. B. The emperor controlled the government, but the pope controlled the church. C. The pope controlled both the government and the church. D. The emperor tried to persecute officials of the church.

Weegy: What statement CORRECTLY describes the connection between the government and the church in the Byzantine Empire? A. The emperor controlled both the government and the church.
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The "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" are important because they __________.Select one of the options below as your answer: A. tell the true history of the Trojan War B. are great works of literature that help us understand life in ancient Greece C. present factual accounts of the beginnings of Greek civilization D. are factual accounts of the Persian invasion of Greece
Weegy: The answer is B. These are great works of literature (some of the first in Greek), that help us understand life in Ancient Greek. They're essentially historical fiction. Source(s): User: What statement CORRECTLY describes the connection between the government and the church in the Byzantine Empire?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. The emperor controlled both the government and the church. B. The emperor controlled the government, but the pope controlled the church. C. The pope controlled both the government and the church. D. The emperor tried to persecute officials of the church. Weegy: A. [ The emperor controlled both the government and the church is the statement CORRECTLY describes the connection between the government and the church in the Byzantine Empire. ] (More)
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