In the Iliad by Homer, what is significant about the gods intervening in mortal affairs?

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The influence of the gods in Homer"s Iliad is pervasive. The cause of the war, in fact, originates in the action of the goddess Eris, or Strife, who throws the apple into the wedding feast,...

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