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Question 1: Many mythologies are concerned with anthropomorphic ________ who express human characteristics such as jealousy, hatred, or love.
MonotheismDeityPantheismGod

Question 2: The Greek gods, such as ________ and Apollo, were often depicted in human form exhibiting human traits.
Greek mythologyHeraCronusZeus

Question 3: Judaism's rejection grew after the advent of Christianity until becoming codified in 13 principles of Jewish faith authored by ________ in the 12th Century.
AverroesSoulMaimonidesThomas Aquinas

Question 4: Aesop's Fables, a collection of short tales written by the ancient Greek citizen ________, make extensive use of anthropomorphism, in which animals and weather are used to illustrate simple moral lessons.
DemosthenesAesopPlutarchSolon

Question 5: Most cultures possess a long-standing ________ tradition with anthropomorphised animals as characters that can stand as commonly recognised types of human behavior.
Literary techniquePoetryFairy taleFable

Question 6: Anthropomorphism, often referred to using the simplified term personification, is a well established ________ from early times.
PoetryLiterary techniqueNovelLiterature

Question 7: In religion and ________, anthropomorphism refers to the perception of a divine being or beings in human form, or the recognition of human qualities in these beings.
Greek mythologyMyth and ritualReligion and mythologyMythology

Question 8: Examples include ________ and plants and forces of nature such as winds, rain or the sun depicted as creatures with human motivation able to reason and converse.
CnidariaCtenophoraBilateriaAnimal

Question 9: The books ________ (The Five Principles) and The Jataka Tales employ anthropomorphised animals to illustrate various principles of life.
PanchatantraIranLionPersian literature

Question 10: Anthropomorphism is the attribution of ________ characteristics to, or, some would argue[1][2], recognition of human characteristics in non-human creatures and beings, phenomena, material states and objects or abstract concepts.
HomoHuman evolutionMindHuman
















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