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what is the difference between primitive and classical mythology?
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Weegy: What is the difference between classical mythology and primitive mythology? primitive mythology is that such as peoples of prehistoric lands. [ eg belief that a god ... ]


User: how are the Greek gods different from Egyptian or Mesopotamain gods?





Weegy: The Greek Gods were worshiped by the Greek populous, whereas the Egyptian and Mesopotamian Gods were not.
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