Was stoicism a religion of both the Romans and Greek religion?
Stoicism was not a religion. It was a philosophical school. It originated from Greece and became popular among the nobility in the Roman empire. Famous people such as Cicero were inspired by stoicism. Emperor Marcus Aurelius was a stoic philosopher.
The two schools of Greek philosophy which appealed to the Romans both during the republic and during rule by emperors were stoicism and epicureanism. The former was more widespread.
Roman philosophy had not affected today's culture much. It is Greek philosophy which had had an impact . It also had an impact of the Romans. They followed the stoic school and the epicurean school. Both were Greek. Stoicism had some influence in the 19th century.
Yes, the Romans both learned from, and incorporated aspects of both the Etruscan and Greek culture. Yes, the Romans both learned from, and incorporated aspects of both the Etruscan and Greek culture. Yes, the Romans both learned from, and incorporated aspects of both the Etruscan and Greek culture. Yes, the Romans both learned from, and incorporated aspects of both the Etruscan and Greek culture. Yes, the Romans both learned from, and incorporated aspects of both… Read More
The Romans adopted Greek medicine, their siege engines and their catapults (balistas). Latin literature was inspired by the epics, tragedies and comedies of the Greeks. The educators of the elites were Greek and Roman education was both in Latin and Greek. Roman elite men were fluent in Greek Roman elite boys learned Greek rhetoric. Two schools of Greek philosophy (stoicism and epicureanism) became popular. Some young men went to Greece to learn Greek rhetoric and/or… Read More
They were quite different in social structure, customs and culture. The main thing they had in common was that they both had polytheistic religions. The Romans adopted four Greek deities and liked their gods to Greek gods and myths. The Roman elites were influenced by the Greeks. Their education was in both Latin and Greek because their educational structure was influenced by Greek educators. The pinnacle of their studies was a trip to Greece to… Read More
Yes their religion was extremely similar to the religion of the Greeks. They both believe on almost the same gods except with different names. For example a Greek goddess named Aphrodite in Greek is Venus in roman but it is the same god. Another way to say it is that the Romans were polytheistic.
Romans copied the Greek religion after years of having their own religion. This is because there were a lot of Greeks around, and the Romans wanted to get along with them better. They gave the Greek gods new Roman names and changed some of their functions, but overall it stayed the same. Both needed to maintain good relations with their gods, and so they worshiped and made offerings at specific gods' temples.
The term Greco-Roman refers to art, not religion. The Greeks influenced Roman religion as well. The Romans adopted some Greek gods, liked their gods to the Greek ones, and absorbed many Greek myths. However, unlike art, where the Romans adopted and adopted Greek canons, Roman religion remained distinct from Greek region. The Romans were heavily influenced by the Greeks. This started very early on and originally this influenced came from the cities the Greeks founded… Read More
Both of the stoicism and epicureanism want human happiness with out pain
Both the Romans and the Greeks had polytheist religions. The commonalities between the two were created through the the Romans being influenced by the Greeks. The Roman elites became Hellenised. Their education was modelled on that of the Greeks and many of the tutors in rich families were Greek. They were taught in Greek as well as Latin and elite men were fluent in Greek. The study of Greek rhetoric was popular as it was… Read More
The goddess Athena originated in Hellenic (Greek) culture. The Romans later adopted and modified most of their gods and goddesses, Athena becoming Minerva. Both represented the goddess of wisdom.
Christianity is the contribution of the Romans to religion. Christianity spread around the Roman Empire and eventually became state religion. Both Catholic and Orthodox Christianity originally developed in the Roman Empire.
No they were not. The Romans were deeply influenced by the Greeks in all sorts of fields: religion, architecture, sculpture and philosophy and others. They adopted some Greek gods and many of their myths and linked their gods to the Greek ones. They adopted Greek sports and Greek siege machines. The Roman elites looked up to the Greeks. They received an education in both Latin and Greek and the pinnacle of their education was a… Read More
The Romans did not wear chitons. Chitons were Greek garments and a Romans would be ridiculed if he wore one while in Rome. (If he were in Greece, it would be acceptable) However both garments, toga and chiton, were made of woven wool. The Romans did not wear chitons. Chitons were Greek garments and a Romans would be ridiculed if he wore one while in Rome. (If he were in Greece, it would be acceptable)… Read More
No. They are both completely different, aside from that they both believed in more than one god.
The basis for Roman religion was the same as every other religion on the planet. That is, giving recognition and honor to powers higher than human. In the case of the Romans, they honored deities who were associated with both major and minor aspects of life. The basis for Roman religion was the same as every other religion on the planet. That is, giving recognition and honor to powers higher than human. In the case… Read More
I think they both have happiness because i read in my book that epicureanism means happiness and same for stoicism Thanks for listening to my answer!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Depending on what you mean by "Greek religion" there could be two different explanations. You could mean the ancient Greek polytheistic temple worship, or you could mean the Early Greek Church. To both however, the answer is no; Catholicism was founded later then either of these.
well both of them had lots of gods
It depends on what you define as "the Persian religion" and what you define as "the Greek religion". Persian Religion: Islam | Greek Religion: Ancient Greek Mythology There are no similarities between Persian main religion (Islam religion) and the old Greek religion. Persian Religion: Islam | Greek Religion: Greek Orthodox Christianity However, the current main Greek religion is Christianity. Refer to question below for the similarities between Islam and Christianity. The main similarities are: Both… Read More
θρησκεία (thriskia) or θρήσκευμα (thriskevma). Both are correct. The English word 'religion' itself comes from Latin and doesn't mean anything in Greek.
because they both lick cock wow. That was a mature answer was it not?? Anywho, Greek and Roman architecture were similar in that they both used coumns. The only difference was that the Romans added the arch and dome. Also, the Greeks built facilities such as the ampitheater. The Romans were more upscale seeing as they built the Coloseum of Rome. Both of those answers suck. The question wasn't 'how Greek and Roman architecture were… Read More
The Romans adopted the architectural styles of the Greeks and Greek models for their statues. However, they also created their own style. The Romans liked to blend styles from different traditions and their art was often multicultural. Some educated Romans adopted the Stoic and the Epicurean schools of Greek philosophy. Their education was influenced by Greek models. Pupils in the Roman equivalent of high school were taught both in Latin and Greek. The highest stage… Read More
Greek religion encompasses the collection of beliefs and rituals practiced in ancient Greece in the form of both popular public religion and cult practices. These different groups varied enough for it to be possible to speak of Greek religions or "cults" in the plural, though most of them shared similarities. Also, the Greek religion extended out of Greece and out to other islands. Many Greek people recognized the major gods and goddesses: Zeus, Poseidon, Hades… Read More
Apollo is the only one whose name did not change.
The early Romans were influenced by the Sabines, Etruscans and Greeks. Over time the influence of the former two waned and the influence of the Greeks increased. The Romans adopted the architectural styles of the Greeks and copied the statues of the Greeks. They adopted some Greek gods and many Greek myths and liked their gods to the Greek ones. The Romans also adopted Greek medicine, some Greek games and the Greek catapult. The earliest… Read More
Mother is Catholic the father is Greek Orthodox and together were married in a Greek Orhodox Church is it possible for the child to be baptized in both the Greek Orthodox and the Catholic?
Yes, they can be both baptised but the religion that baptises the child last is the one that stands. Therefore, there really isn't any point in doing both baptism except to appease the grandparents. Just decide on the religion and baptise.
Both Apollo and Eros/Cupid were beautiful gods for the Greeks/Romans.
Apollo, the sun god.
Apollo is a immortal god in the ancient Greek religion.
The Romans did not hate the Greeks, far from it. The Roman elites looked up to the Greeks. Their education was both in Latin and Greek and they were fluent in Greek. The highest stage in their education was a stay in Greece to study Greek philosophy. The earliest educators in Rome were Greeks. In Rome there were Greek libraries as well as Latin ones. The Romans adopted some Greek gods and linked their gods… Read More
Here are some similarities : Everyone in the world has a religion as well as Rome and Greece. Romans and Greeks both believed in one god. Festivals was the best thing they had in which they honored their gods. They believe that by making sacrifices they would be honoring their gods.
The Romans did not owe the ancient Greeks any debts. They never got indebted with the Greeks. The Romans were heavily influenced by the Greeks. They adopted some of their gods (Castor and Pollux, Apollo, Asclepius, and Cybele) and liked their gods to the Greek ones. The first teachers in Rome were Greek and Romans modelled their education on Greek education. The elites were educated in both Latin and Greek and were fluent in Greek… Read More
Both religions were polytheistic (had many gods). Greek religion influenced Roman religion starting from the early days of Roman history. In the 6th century BC the Romans started using the books of the Sibyls who were Greek oracles, some of whom lived in the mentioned Greek city of Cumae near Naples. They also adopted the Greek god Apollo, who was an oracular god (that is, he was the god of the oracles) and built the… Read More
Greek mythology came first. Then the Romans came. They admired the gods and goddesses of the Greeks and copied. The Roman gods and goddesses and more disciplined and war-like. Because Greek and Roman mythology things can't have the same name, Romans changed the names.
The Greeks and the Romans were both very proud of their artwork. These included theater, writing, sculptures, and painting. The Greeks, however, far outweighed the Romans in artwork.
What is somethings describing some of the ways the Romans adapted and adopted Greek culture to form Greco-Roman culture?
The answer lies in the foundations of Rome itself. The founders of Rome traced their lineage to Aeneas of Troy, who himself would have had roots in Greece. Aside from that, the Greeks knew of the Italian peninsula and even had a colony in Syracuse before the founding of Rome. The Romans themselves were masters of adaptation, both in culture and religion. In addition, Greek was still the language of trade and commerce, and most… Read More
Most Greeks and Romans were farmers, both were in debt thus gaining independent farmers.
Romans and Macedonians. Both conquered Greece at some point
Marcus Antonius, known in English as Mark Antony or Marc Antony, spoke Greek and Latin.
It's not a matter of liking or disliking, they felt obligated to worship her due to their religion. Athena (Minerva) was a very important goddess for both the Greeks and Romans. In fact, she was one of the Capitoline Triad for the Romans.
Stoicism was not the most influential philosophical school only among the Romans. It was so among the Greeks as well. Stoicism became the foremost philosophy among the Greek educated elite in the Hellenistic world, which stretched from mainland Greece to Syria and Egypt. The Romans conquered the whole of this world. The Roman educated elite were deeply influenced by Hellenistic culture and looked up to it. Their education was in Greek as well as Latin… Read More
Greeks and Romans were both warrior civilizations. However, they also both added much of value to the civilizations that came after them. Democracy, politics, even bathrooms and sewage lines, came from Greek or Roman civilizations.
The Roman elites looked up to the Greeks. They received an education in both Latin and Greek and the pinnacle of their education was a stay in Greece to study Greek philosophy. The first professional teachers in Rome were Greek.The Romans adopted the architectural styles of the Greeks for temples and porticoes and coped Greek statues. They also adopted Greek medicine and the Greek catapult (which they improved). They adopted some Greek gods and many… Read More
Three main sports that both the Greeks and Romans enjoyed were chariot racing, wrestling and boxing. The Romans had many types of ball games and a kind of field hockey possibly learned from the Egyptians.
How do greek and roman civilization differ from other early European civilization in how they governed?
The Romans and Greeks were both civilize all the other nations were barbaric losers except for the Egyptians. The Ancient Romans were first a republic and they were the first nation to be a republic. Athens (a Greek city state) was a democracy. Sparta (a other Greek city state) was a monarchy.
After the Romans conquered the Greeks, they adopted Greek mythology. However, the Romans changed the names of the Greek gods and also added and subtracted a few gods. The Greek god Zeus became Jupiter, Hades became Pluto, Hera became Juno, etc. Also, Janus, the god of doorways, did not exist in Greek mythology-- only in Roman mythology.
Ahem, Eros was the Greek god of sexual love and beauty, known to the Romans as Cupid. By his nature, he is usually portrayed as generous, or mischievous, and occasionally both, in mythology.
Roman educated men, just like some Greek educated men, were attracted to stoicism because it was a powerful philosophy. It advocated the pursuit of happiness, freedom form suffering and a righteous life; maintained that ethics was the main focus of human knowledge; and aimed at improving the individual's ethical and moral well-being. In this respect it made up for the lack of ethical values in both Greek and Roman religion. Moreover, the Romans were a… Read More
It is not that the Romans were interested in getting influenced by the Greeks. They just got influenced. Early Latin literature arose out of translating Greek epics, tragedies, and comedies or modelling theirs on those of the Greeks. The Greeks had had a flourishing literature for centuries and it was the best in antiquity. Thus, it is not surprising that the Romans got influenced by this. Greek educators introduced a more evolved type of education… Read More