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Essay | The Mighty Greeks

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The Mighty Greeks

Summary: Values of the Greeks as demonstrated through Edith Hamilton's Mythology
The Mighty Greeks

The people of Greece value many things. Among these values are strength, heart, hospitality, and bravery. Edith Hamilton gives a good illustration of these values in her book Mythology. The seemingly most important value to the Greeks, however, is might. Might can be found in many Greek myths. From the mighty gods all the way down to the mighty powers of love experienced by the mortals, nearly every myth expresses some form of mightiness. The myths the Greeks left behind reveals to today's society a culture completely awed by objects of might.

The vary basis of the Greek religion focuses on might. Each of the gods rules their domains with terrifying power. Zeus, for example, yields the lightning bolt, and is capable of sending one down onto anyone, anywhere, anytime. Poseidon can make the waters obey his every whim, sending ships to their doom...

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