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What values of the ancient Greeks are found in the poems of Homer?
information about theTrojan War, Gods, goddesses and even a talking horse.
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The medicine used in the times of Homer by the Greeks, according to the Iliad, were wine and olive oil.
Homer's stories taught courage, and honor. Along with bravery. They gave the Greeks a set of values that they could live by. These values are often called Homeric Values an…d were adopted by a majority of Greek city-states. Not only did the include courage, honor, and bravery. Homeric values also included action, chastity, humility, putting your community above yourself, and they encouraged Greeks to be the best Greeks that they possibly could be.
The Iliad and the Odessey
the iliad and the odyssey
He wrote The Iliad and The Odyssey. Not only did he write the Iliad and the Odyssey... He helped to organize the pantheon of Greek gods, he gave the Greeks role models to liv…e up to, and he wrote about a period of history that would have otherwise been forgotten. Homer wrote about the Trojan War and it's aftermath. The Trojan War happened during the Greek Dark Ages (c. 1100-800 BCE). The only written history that tells the story of the dark ages are Homer's epic poems. HE DIED ABOUT 800 BC
Homer's epics taught the Greeks to see life in a different way than it seems to others.
The main values that Homer taught in his epic poetry were bravery and honor. He gave the Greeks idols such as Odysseus, Achilles and Hector to live up to.
Homer was a blind poet in ancient Greece who is best known for writing the Epics, The Iliad and The Odyssey.
Homer is an ancient greek poet who wrote to famous epics
Aside from being human, and having the same name, they are different in every way. One is one of the greatest poets of all time, the other a fictional character with 4 fingers… on each hand.
Nobody knows for sure, but he lived around c. 800 B.C.
Both 'The Iliad' and 'The Odyssey" were written in Dactylic hexameter ~ see related link below .
In Homeric poetry, the Greeks are referred to as Argives (as in, "people of Argos") or Danoi (as in, "sons of Danaus"). Danaus was the mythological ancestor of Perseus, legend…ary founder of the civilization of Mykenai. Argos was the capital of Mykenai. So, basically, throughout the Iliad and Odyssey, the Greeks in general are referred to as Mykenaians, though the Spartans, Ithakans, etc. were also present.
The ancient Greek religion as described in the homeric epics depicts gods as human like, showing emotions and feelings.