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I can't seem to understand what this question is asking, but I have tried to answer it. Can someone check it please? :)

Why were the epics of importance to the Greeks of the Dorian period?
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The Dorians were far less advanced than the Mycenaeans. The economy
collapsed and trade eventually came to a standstill soon after their arrival. Most
important to historians, Greeks appear to have temporarily lost the art of writing
during the Dorian Age.

  • World history; Check:P - ,

    The question doesn't make sense to me.

    Why were the epics of importance to the Greeks of the Dorian period?

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    Yes. I know. It doesn't make sense to me either. Dx Thanks for trying though. :)

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    IF they had lost the art of writing, the epics would have been highly valued, both as artifacts from a "better time" and as an example of how to write.

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