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Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Odysseus was the first to leave for Troy in support of King Menelaus. B. The Trojan War lasted 10 years. C. Odysseus is credited with the idea of the Trojan horse which ended the Trojan War. D. Paris abduction of King Menelaus wife, Helen, was the reason for the start of the Trojan War.
Weegy: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. [ Odysseus was the first to leave for Troy in support of King Menelaus. ] User: Calliope was one of the nine muses in Greek mythology. Her significance to the Odyssey is that she was person who inspired Homer to write it Weegy: Hi, Please clarify your question. Thank you. (More)
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Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Ancient Greek gods and mythology often reflected humankind s fear of the unknown. B. Gods and mythology were integrated into all aspects of the lives of the ancient Greeks. C. Ancient Greek myths indicate that vanity and pride were not positive Greek virtues. D. The Titans were giants who were the first set of Greek gods to rule the Ancient Greek world.
Weegy: D. The Titans were giants who were the first set of Greek gods to rule the Ancient Greek world. User: An implied or indirect reference to a person, event, thing, or part of another text is called __________. A. an allusion B. a myth C. a symbol D. an aegis Weegy: An implied or indirect reference to a person, event, thing, or part of another text is called - A. ALLUSION. (More)
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Weegy: Odysseus has found aret , which is the Greek virtue of: C. reaching one's highest human potential in all aspects of existence: mental, physical, spiritual, and moral. (More)
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