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Greek Gods and Goddesses

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Mrs. Bleicher

on 28 February 2012

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Transcript of Greek Gods and Goddesses

Greek Gods &
Goddesses Essential Questions
Gods & Goddesses
Your Task
The Resources Essential Questions 1. How do religious beliefs impact the culture, art and daily life of a civilization?

2. Why is it necessary to consult multiple sources of information? Gods and Goddesses 1. Zues - g. King of the gods 2. Posiedon - e. God of the sea 3. Athena - j. Goddess of wisdom 5. Artemis - Goddess of the hunt and wild animals 4. Apollo - k. God of light 6. Hestia -
h. Goddess of the home 7. Demeter - a. Goddess of agriculture 8. Hermes - i. Messenger of the gods 9. Hephaestus - m. God of fire, metal, and metalurgy 10. Aphrodite - Goddess of love and beauty 11. Ares - God of war 12. Hera - Goddess of marriage 13. Hades - God of the underworld Myths are traditional stories about gods and heroes.

Greek mythology expressed Greek people's religious beliefs.

The Greeks believed that gods and goddesses affected people's lives and shaped events. That is why the most impressive buildings in Greek cities were religious temples.
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