What influence did the greek epics written by homer have on roman culture? they led roman historians to question their loyalty to the roman gods. they caused roman historians to disagree over the origins of roman culture. they inspired virgil to compose an epic poem about roman history. they caused cato to blame the greeks for the loss of values in roman society.
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"In general, Greek culture had a great influence in Roman one, but regarding this question, it's said that Virgil, by writing the Aeneid, tried to compete with Homer's Odyssey and Iliad, both of them two of the greats poets in Classic history. Bearing this in mind, the correct answer for this question is: They inspired Virgil to compose an epic poem about Roman history."
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The epic is an epic or narrative account, written most of the time in long verse, or prose, which consists of the extensive or rather long narration of momentous or memory-worthy actions / memories for a people around the figure of a representative hero of his most notorious or outstanding virtues. It is one of the oldest literary sub-genres within the most general epic or narrative, where in front of his narrative a world of thoughts and mental explanation was opened.
In short, the epics imposed an ancient narrative enriched by feats of heroes, many were lost but others were not, this in Roman culture opened doors to narration and a new path towards the writing of the exploits of some Roman heroes.
They inspired Virgil to compose an epic poem about Roman history.
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In the end, most of the historian choose to create a middle ground between their traditional worship of the roman gods and the new point of view
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(C) They inspired Virgil to compose an epic poem about Roman history.