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When was Ancient greek homer born?

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Did Homer believe in the greek gods?

No, Homer did not believe in the gods that he wrote about. He was a Pagan, which is someone who believes that there is no God or gods at all. All of the storys he wrote about

What did Homer do that was important the ancient greek civilization?

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

Which of the following statements most accurately describes the ancient Greeks religion as described in the Homeric epics?

The Homeric epics portrayed the many gods and goddesses worshipped by the ancient Greeks as having many of the same emotions and characteristics as human beings. The Homeric d

Was Homer a Greek philosopher?

  Homer was a philosopher he also was one of the greatest and most important performer and writer of his time

What were the Greeks referred to in homers poems?

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

How did Homer the Greek poet die?

Homer died in Ios, of a disease he had contracted on his arrival. He was buried near the shore of the island of Ios, by his companions, and those citizens who had visited him

What was Homers influence on greek civilization?

The influence of Homer upon the ancient civilization of the Greeks  is difficult to overstate, as it was so profound and widespread.  Fundamentally, it may be said that Gree