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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 HOMER800 - 701 BCE In Greek society, religion was an essential aspect with sacrificing and worshiping to delight the Gods and make wishes. Most people also firmly believe the idea of afterlife for a brand new start of the life. Slavery He was the first source to look for information on Greek myth and religion that he made a great contribution onrecording all the things back then. Poseidon - God of Sea Apollo - God of Sun In the 8th century, the Greek alphabet was introduced which Homer has been among the rhapsodes who were literate. Hades - God of Underworld BIOGRAPHY Zeus - God of Thunder Demeter - God of Harvest Ancinet Rome The Greek epic poet Homer is best known for writing the LLiad and the Odyssey. These famous works of poetry provides a background of what happened during the Trojan War and the lifestyle of Greek culture. Separation of the two poems that Homercreated is the chronology, or datin, of some of the facts in the pieces. RELIGION SOCIAL Zeus is king of gods and men, who mediates the disputes of the gods on Mount Olympus The lower class was mostly freedmen,people who once used to be slaves. Theycan never be first class in the future onceyou are in the lower class. You onlymay be in a lower class if your friendpaid you which you can earn freedom. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. He creates any creatures that lives in the sea with his creativeness. Creative, handsome, supportive of all the arts of civilization. He went throughmany problems but he never had a marriage. At the slave owner`s point ofview, they are makiing a lot of money to buy food and drinksfor themselves and their ownfamily. Slave owners treat theirslaves like as a dog by givingthem food once a day. At the slave point of view,they need an approval of theirowner`s whether to marry or inorder to have a children (a family).They do not have any time to think about how its so not fair to be born as a slave.Slaves are born in many differentways like need of money orjust born in slavery. Social Classes The social classes in greece in dividedinto three different classes. At the firstclass point of view, he has slaves and otherproperty he owns. He must also be citizen ofAthens and does not have a job double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally.
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