In the times of the ancient Greeks and Romans. there were many things that held similarities every bit good as things that were non as similar. fantastic trading and agribusiness accomplishments. great warriors. architecture. and mythology merely to call a few. However. their life values were opposing. the Romans were more disposed to take what they wanted without respect for life. whereas the Greeks were more in melody with Nature. The Mythology that they shared was similar but different in the facets as how they saw their divinities. Their Supreme beings and Goddesss were non worshipped as that of the Christian God of today.
The Greeks were more focused on life here on Earth and the thoughts and thought that a man’s worth was judged here in this life and his good workss and services would follow him onto the hereafter. Whereas. the Romans believed that good workss done on Earth would follow them to heaven. if they were done decently and plenty of the good workss were done. so they themselves would go Gods. The Romans divinities were non gender specific because they did non hold features that were associated with their actions. unlike the Greeks God’s and Goddesses.
When you read about the Mythologies of the Greeks and Romans. you will hear the similarities in the narratives of their divinities. One of the celebrated Goddess names you may retrieve is Venus. the Roman Goddess of love and Aphrodite. the Grecian Goddess of love. they both portion the same facets of being the Goddess of love. There has been small to no influence of these civilizations faiths on today’s society. nevertheless. one can non assist but inquire. what would the universe be like if they had progressed…
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