A, the values of the ancient Greeks.
Good day as far as Greeks influencing Religion, it did not influence Islam as it states in the answer below! Greeks did not even Influenced the True meaning of Christianity when Prophet Jesus was here and His true message to believe in one true God! Although some Greek traditions may have influenced pagan christianity with idols and beliefs of trinity. Prophet Jesus never said the word trinity or the meaning of trinity. As for Islam, it was a Divine Religion teaching about the One true God! Inspired by the One True God to the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and peace be upon Prophet Jesus! So once again Greeks had nothing to do with Islam! God bless you all! Peace!
The correct answer is:
According to the passage the ancient Greek culture valued knowledge.
The answer should be B. Knowledge
* I think but i'm pretty sure Sorry if it didn't help i tried my very best
The right answer is the B) Knowledge.
Explanation: Just to elaborate a little on the answer, it can be added that these words, spoken by the chorus, praise men for their achievements. The chorus has started by saying that there is "nothing more strangely wonderful than man," and has provided some examples of his skills and capabilities, particularly when confronted with nature. In this particular passage the chorus is stressing his intelligence - he can speak and he can think - and his social virtues. In the same paragraph it is said that only death can challenge him, although he has already found some remedies that can cure even the most inexplicable illnesses. It is, therefore, knowledge the virtue that has helped man to overcome the many obstacles that life has presented to him, and the virtue that, when used to do what's right, Greek culture valued.
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