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    Hellenic Mythology

    Published: March 14, 2019

    Greek mythology is the result of an original cultural interaction that started with the first migrations of the Greek-speaking peoples around the 2100s from the Balkans to the Mediterranean.

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    Hellenic Mythology

    • 1. Hellenic Mythology Hellenic Mythology
    • 2. Hellenic Mythology Greek mythology is the result of an original cultural interaction that started with the first migrations of the Greek-speaking peoples around the 2100s from the Balkans to the Mediterranean. Hellenic Mythology
    • 3. Hellenic Mythology: Entrance The language, religion and culture of these immigrants were probably based on the European tradition; like all nomadic peoples, they succeeded in adapting their beliefs and lifestyles to the new environment in which they entered. Hellenic Mythology
    • 4. Hellenic Mythology: Gaia And Uranos Gaia was one of the first divine beings to emerge from chaos with Erebos and Eros during the creation of the world. Shortly, although Tartaros was his wife, he was better known for his association with his son Uranos. Hellenic Mythology: Gaia And Uranos
    • 5. Hellenic Mythology: Gaia And Uranos With the help of Uranos, it was said that he created the seas and plants. According to legends, Gaia and Uranos give a world to live with both humans and gods. Hellenic Mythology: Gaia And Uranos
    • 6. Hellenic Mythology: Titans The Titans, the most powerful children of Gaia and Uranus, rule the world after their father has been dead. The most well-known Titans are six men and six women. Kronos and Okeanos wrote legends while other siblings would only follow them. Hellenic Mythology: Titans
    • 7. Hellenic Mythology: Kronos §Kronos, the youngest son of Uranus, overthrew his father and declared himself king. §Zeus, son of Kronos, represents the birth of order and justice §Kronos tried to kill all his sons, so that he would not be betrayed like he did to his father. Hellenic Mythology: Kronos
    • 8. Hellenic Mythology: War Of The Titans The lightning arrows that Kyklop make for Zeus become the most powerful weapon of Zeus. Titans are defeated in a short time. The defeated titans are exiled to Tartaros and Hekatonkheir becomes their guard. Hellenic Mythology: War Of The Titans
    • 9. Hellenic Mythology: War Of The Titans After Zeus liberates his brothers and sisters, he and his with brothers start a rebellion against his father. He wants to rule the world. The war lasts ten years; Gaia tells his son Zeus that he can win the war if he liberates the Khlopops and Hekatonkheir's from Tartaros. Hellenic Mythology: War Of The Titans
    • 10. Hellenic Mythology: Zeus §After he defeated his father, Zeus becomes the ruler of the whole world, the gods and the people. §It was known in Roman mythology as Jupiter. §According to belief, when the world was divided into three, Zeus take the sky. §The icons are eagle, oak tree and thunderbolt. Hellenic Mythology: Zeus
    • 11. Hellenic Mythology: Zeus Zeus, after becoming king, maintains peace in the Greek cities and ensures the determination of order justice. As the king of kings, he is seen as the protector of his reign. He is also considered the sky and god of thunder; therefore, one of the important symbols outside the eagle, which symbolizes power and justice, is lightning. Hellenic Mythology: Zeus
    • 12. Hellenic Mythology: The Birth Of Zeus When Zeus was born, his mother Rhea was afraid that Kronos would eat him as he did to his other children. He gives birth to Zeus in a cave where the Nymphs serve them. While the Nymphs breastfeed Zeus, the Kuretas make their noise by hitting their spears on the shields so that Kronos does not hear the sound of the weeping baby, thus ensuring the safety of Zeus. Hellenic Mythology: The Birth Of Zeus
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