Why is Homer an important figure in Ancient Greece?

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Who was Homer the poet in ancient Greece?

Homer ['Ομηρος] is the ancient Greek poet who wrote the epic poems of Iliad and Odyssey. Iliad presents the ten years war between the Greeks under the leader

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

Why was Homer from ancient Greece famous?

Homer was famous because his two poems The Odyssey and Iliad were the most influential poems in the world and the two oldest surviving pieces of Greek literature. Most lit

What is the importance of sanctuaries in ancient Greece?

They were a place of refuge for those seekig protction - such asrunaway slaves, out-of-favour politicians etc. They were also repositories - like banks - where the citiesaccu

What is Homer in ancient Greece?

Little is known about Homer - no one is certain of the time he was alive, etc, etc. But he was a poet, who wrote The Odyssey and Iliad - two of the most influential poems

Where did Homer of ancient Greece die?

We have no accurate knowledge of whether Homer was an actual personand when and where he lived. A good guess is that he lived in thesecond half of the 8th Century BCE, and one

How is Homer important to Greece?

The classics of a nation moulds the language, literature, culture, civilization and conduct of a people. Illiad and Odessey decided what Greece should be in later years. In th

What was the Homeric age in ancient Greece?

It is supposed to be the period around the Trojan War - the 12thCentury BCE, covering the early Achaean Greek civilisation. We haveno real historical record of this period, ju

What is Homer stating in regards to social classes in Ancient Greece?

He is showing a mix - on one hand he has the kings and aristocratsas top dog, reflecting the tradition of the bards who passed thestory orally down from the 12th Century BCE,