In ancient times, people had a different relationship with their God(s) than people do now. Nowadays, people don’t rely on God as much as they used to. The Greeks had absolute and beyond doubt respect for their gods. They showed their admiration by putting in place many ceremonies and rituals to admire the gods that they cherished and were afraid of in order to establish peace with them. If we look at the ancient near east they believed that their role in the universe was to serve the gods. To this end the ancient near east devoted much of their time to ensuring their favor with the gods with worship, prayer, and sacrifice. Even though the ancient near east and the Greeks had some differences in their relation to their gods they also had
In Ancient Egypt they believed in variety of gods that held big roles in the life of the Egyptians.The creation of the gods all started with Shu and Tefenet, they had kids that was Geb the earth god and Nut the sky god. Geb and Nut loved each other but Ra-Atum became jealous of them and he forced their father to separate them.
Ancient Egyptians had a lot of gods and goddesses.Thoth is one of the gods he is the god of knowledge another god is Osiris, Osiris is the ruler of the underworld and the god of death.God and goddesses were very important to Egyptians, most religions people depended on their gods and/or goddesses with whatever decision they made.
Knowing about the Greek gods can be intresting. You can get to know things that you have not heard about them. Like the abilities the have, or the things they fight for. Some gods fight for honor, and some fight for power. Three important gods in Greek mythology are Zeus, Anthena, and Appollo.
Completely accepting the Ancient Greek gods` definition is not something that we must easily do. For the definition of virtue has undoubtedly changed the course of human history. Furthermore, the gods who ordained such virtues were temperamental and, in no way, completely virtuous. Despite whatever changes may have occurred in our idea regarding virtue, the essence remains the same: help others or oneself, act justly and kindly and so on. Thus, we do not need to disregard the changes that have occurred, even if we wish to learn the teachings of Homeric epics.
The ancients Greeks were polytheistic which means they used to worship many gods. In the past, Greek gods and goddesses used to live at the top of Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece. However, despite their great powers, gods and goddesses were much like humans, and sometimes they had to come down to hearth to intervene in the affairs of mortals, involving men and women, enemies, and sometimes lovers.
Did you know that there were over 2,000 gods and goddesses in Ancient Egypt? Some gods had the body of a human and the head of an animal. When I read that, I was shocked! I would’ve never guessed that there would be so many gods in Egypt. In addition, I found the idea of an animal head stuck to a human body disgusting! I just didn’t believe this, so I decided to find out for myself.
In my research I have learned an addition of facts and stories about Greek mythology. Like how “the Pegasus and Chrysor came from the blood of Medusa’s head after Perseus cut it off” (Greek Mythology). Or how the “Amazonian group of warriors was all females” (Greek Mythology). The more that I have research about my topic the more fascinating and interesting it becomes. I hope that everyone will further their research and knowledge on this topic whether it’s reading a book, researching on the Internet, or even just watching a movie.
During the time period that the listed videos are about, a controlling life factor was the Greek gods. Although not the main purpose of these videos, I think it is still important to note how the many different gods affected the daily lives of these people.
The Greek gods were starting to get believed in by the Greeks between 1700 and 1100 B.C. in Greece. The first gods were Uranus (Father Sky) and Gaia (Mother earth). The first Olympian was Hestia. There are twelve major Olympians including Zeus, Poseidon, Hephaestus and ECT. A lot of things are named after a god. For example Athens, the capital of Greece. Athens was named after Athena. Every god has a power for a different aspect of life. There is a god of storms, a god of death, god of love and ECT. The Gods were honored in many different ways like temples and gifts. Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades were the three gods that ruled the universe.
The gods and goddesses of ancient greece were a big part of their history. Zeus was the reason why they had the olympics. The olympics are all around the world now. There are many gods and goddesses that have shaped events and objects we used today.
Getting to know all the Greek gods is hard for young people.It's hard to find to find all the things about them or how to explain it.There are amazing gods out there in mythology.Many gods do or act very different but once you learn about them it's pretty fun to know them. Three important gods in Greek mythology are Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades.
1.the ancient egyptians worshiped many gods and goddesses the priest sacrificed animals for the gods.2. they believed that if they don't they thought the next day won't come.3. On feast days they carried statues of gods around town and they sang songs and prayed to their gods.
People rarely like their lives controlled by anyone, but when people usually would be fine if gods played a huge role in their existence. A prominent example of would be in the ancient era during the presence of the Greek and Troy civilizations. Both sides shared similar views on their many gods such as Venus is the Roman version of Aphrodite, or Cronus is Greek version for Saturn. Every second of their lives were believed to be determined by these Olympian Gods. Two epics that exhibit how gods impacted Greek and Roman life include The Iliad and The Odyssey ,both written by Homer and translated by Robert Fitzgerald, express traits and activities that were dictated by the gods. Gods controlled people through predestined fates, explanations to everything, and support in aid in times of misery.