A thorough answer will depend on which ancient people, e.g Greek, Egyptian, Roman? In any case, the ancient gods gave people reasons for unanswered phenomena in nature and gave the people someone to worship and strive to be like and to please. The gods also allowed for societies to grow on the bases of fear of the wrath of the gods and making them unhappy.
To all ancient countries , gods were protectors and providers. They would also bring luck to the people in war, and everyday life. gods could also bring harvest, good fortune and happiness.
Remember that all societies and all individuals within those societies are different and find different individual needs important. You should easily be able to answer this question yourself. Although, we are all different, we still share the commonality of not knowing everything--for instance, what happens after we die--i.e. need for an answer, which usually comes nicely packaged in religious context from your local civilization/ruler/society. I would say that across the board, people from every time and every walk of life feel the need to know where they come from and where they will end up. The vast majority of people are either taught or pick a belief system that eases, or for the "truly" faithful (hmm), answers that need to know. So simply ask why or why not is the particular god you were taught to believe in important to you. Your answer is the answer
Temples were important in all the ancient religions of all ancient peoples, not just that of the Romans. They were dedicated to a god, two gods, or a trinity of gods. They were the places where the gods were worshipped. A particular kind of temple, the pantheon, was dedicated to all gods.
Gods were important to Ancient Egyptians for the same reason God is important to people today
because he is gods of gods
Ancient peoples discovered lodestone (which is magnetic). The ancient Egyptians and Greeks thought it was a gift from the gods.
All people have one god or many gods. They are important.
Their gods were as important to them as ours is to us.
The Gods were important because they controlled everything dum ahh they said which
The Greek Gods were important to the greeks because they were they're gods. Just like God or Allah or Buddah is important to the modern society.
they had powers
Very little - everyone had gods which covered all aspects of life it was just that they were given different names by local peoples.
The study of anciant peoples is important because that way we can learn from the mistakes people made then.
Greek and Roman gods were as important to them as our God or gods are to us today. They worshipped them a lot and always tried to please them.
The most important god was "Ra".
They were everything to them. Like really.
Think about how important God is in our society. It was no different for the Ancient Greeks, they just had more gods to which to pray.
It was so important to win the ancient olympic games because they became so famous that they were like gods. It was so important to win the ancient olympic games because they became so famous that they were like gods.
cause they ruled
the gods, Cleopatra
They were gods to the ancient Greeks. To the Greeks and all other Christian people the ancient Greek gods are just interesting stories (not least to Rick Riordan).
Jupiter or Jove was the king of the gods, but the Romans embraced most religions by the people under their domain; the main exceptions being the Christian and the Jewish peoples, who did not recognize other gods. Romans considered monotheists to be antisocial.
In ancient Egyptian times gods were important. The pharaoh was thought to be the descendant of a god to the Egyptians. They thought they were on earth to please the gods and that's what they did worshiped and built large pyramids to worship their gods.
Ra was the king of gods
They wanted to worship their gods.
One was Ra