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Which of the following statements most accurately describes the ancient Greek religion as described in the Homeric epics?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Many male and female
deities displayed the same emotions and characteristics as did human beings. B. Written holy scripture was interpreted by a highly organized clergy. C. Monotheism began to emerge with the belief that Zeus was the only true god. D. Since female deities were more important, the religion had a greater appeal to women.
I guess its C. Monotheism began to emerge with the belief that Zeus was the only true god. But not 100% sure.
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