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The Greek god known for travel, hospitality, thievery, persuasive language, cunning swiftness, and athletic contests is __________. A. Zeus B. Poseidon C. Hermes D. Apollo
The Greek god known for travel, hospitality, thievery, persuasive language, cunning swiftness, and athletic contests is C. Hermes
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User: The Greek god known for travel, hospitality, thievery, persuasive language, cunning swiftness, and athletic contests is __________. A. Zeus B. Poseidon C. Hermes D. Apollo





Weegy: The Greek god known for travel, hospitality, thievery, persuasive language, cunning swiftness, and athletic contests is C. Hermes
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Ancient Greek myths sometimes included gods interacting with humans. B. Ancient Greek myths identified cultural morals and virtues. C. Ancient Greek mythology was strictly entertainment for young Greeks. D. Ancient Greek mythology was polytheistic.

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