ancient Greeks

Why were gods so important to the ancient Greeks?

The ancient Greeks believed that gods could and did interfere in human affairs, bringing success or disaster. King of the gods was Zeus, whom the Romans called Jupiter. The Minoans, from the island of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea, favoured goddesses in their worship, including the snake goddess who protected the home. Why the history of Agamemnon’s mask remain unclear? The Myceneans were warlike people who lived in Greece, possibly…

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