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When was Ancient greek homer born?
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The medicine used in the times of Homer by the Greeks, according to the Iliad, were wine and olive oil.
Well.. this is a difficult issue actually, due to the youth of history (in a properly recorded manner) Homer is attributed to Greek myth and tragedy.. though not necesserily… one person.. he is read as one nevertheless
Tradition has him as 'the blind poet of Chios'.
information about theTrojan War, Gods, goddesses and even a talking horse.
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.
Conflict was an ordinary aspect of ancient Greek life.
Do you think the ethics of Homer are probably a reliable source of information about the history of the ancient Greeks?
According to me I will say,yes the epic of Homer are probably a reliable source of information about history of the ancient Greeks because we get hints about life during th…is period from two great epic poems, the Iliad( the greatest source of information about the Trojan War) and Odysseus, reveal much about the values of the ancient Greeks.
While the Greeks believed in many gods, their day-to-day lives were not overly affected by their presence. The main thing described in the Homeric Epics wouldbe the concept of… Xenia. Xenia is the idea that not only should one be hospitable to people, but rather take anyone in who asked, feed, bathe, and clothe them, and pledge a friendship to them. This was because the Greeks believed that the gods could become human and visit regular people at any time, so it was good to be very cautious and be nice to everyone. This eliminated the off-chance of being rude to an old beggar who turned out to rule the world. You don't want to be on Zeus's or Poseidon's bad side.
Which statements most accurately describes the ancient Greek religion as described in the Homeric epics?
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The ancient Greek religion as described in the homeric epics depicts gods as human like, showing emotions and feelings.
The ancient Greek religion was polytheism. It means that they believed in many gods. They believed that gods and goddesses were like humans, they could love, hate, argue, …could be jealous and envious. They often punished people or each other. Sometimes wanted to get rid of each other. People thought that they lived on Mt Olympus and ate ambrosie, drank nectar and were immortal. They often intervened into people's lives. No Greek heroes could ignore them according to the Greek legends and myths.