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Mythology Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Which Greek god or goddess do you think was the most important? In your answer you could consider which gods and goddesses are the most powerful, which bring the greatest benefit to humanity, or can cause the greatest harm, which gods and goddesses can be affected by each other's powers, and which have the biggest roles in the myths.

What makes a man a hero? In your answer you should consider the shared traits and characteristics of the different heroes, what tasks they complete or adventures they go on, whether they are given divine assistance or not, how they treat their fellow men and adventurers, and the motivations that drive them. In your answer you might also want to compare Norse heroes with Greek heroes.

In what ways do the myths of Demeter and Dionysus represent rebirth, salvation and life after death, and what did this mean...

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