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Transcript of Greek Religion
Cory H., Cesario V., and Dee S. Greek Religion Greek Gods There are 12 main Greek gods and
Goddesses. Apollo (the Sun God),
Aphrodite (goddess of beauty & love)
Ares (God of war),
Artemis (Goddess of the woodland, the hunt & the moon),
Demeter (Goddess of agriculture),
Hephaestus (God of fire & metalworkers),
Hera (Goddess of partnerships, especially marriage),
Hermes (God of travel, communications, science & mischief),
Hestia (Goddess of home & hearth),
Poseidon (God of the sea)
Zeus (father of the gods, he is responsible for rain, hail, snow & thunder).
Athena ( Daughter of Zeus) and goddess of wisdom.
Hades (The brother of Zeus and Poseidon) is the god of the Underworld Holy texts Beliefs greek holy texts are
Golden Verses of Pythagoras There aren't any books for the greek religion but they have some poems Bibliography Founders Freeman, Charles, and Paul MacKendrick. "Ancient Greece." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 10 Dec. 2012. Web. 12 Oct. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Greece>. myths were passed down from generation myths changed from individual preference Christianity, orthodox According to the history of orthodoxy, The
first who came in
the Greek World to preach Christianity was St Paul in 49 AD. But, the real founder of Orthodoxy was the Emperor Constantine the Great. According to history, Constantine was converted to Christianity in the 4th century. http://www.greeka.com/greece-religion.htm