The Greek Myths Setting & Symbolism

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Mount Olympus

Mount Olympus is a location deemed to be the home of the gods of a region of Greece centuries prior to the life of Jesus Christ. It is the home of Zeus, Hera and their children. It is first mentioned early in the book, within the first fifty pages and proceeds to be mentioned recurrently throughout the remainder of book. It is an actual mountain, as high places have typically been associated with the Divine particularly as it appears in close association with the sky and the extraordinary perspective that this gives.

Temple

This is a location used for worship of a deity. Here, offerings and sacrifices are made. Thanks are often given. Also, requests for assistance are made. There are many of these, of various kinds. Sometimes a temple is dedicated to only one deity but other times temple space has been shared by a...

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