Examples and Supports

The author’s assertion that Greek, Roman, and Renaissance art tried to represent the world accurately is:

A illustrated in the passage by examples of specific works of art.

B not supported by evidence in the passage.

C supported in the passage by a discussion of the nature of perception.

D contradicted by evidence later in the passage.

The Iliad and the Homeric Hymns are cited in the passage as evidence for the claim that:

A the rationalist movements of the fifth century diminished the reputations of the Olympian gods.

B poets believed that the old gods were no longer a matter of serious concern.

C Greeks had a tendency to treat the Olympian gods irreverently.

D some Greeks believed that the gods of the city were indifferent.