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People from all different regions of the earth talk about the Greek miracle A period in time when a new outlook on the world came about A common phrase in used to describe this Old things are passed away behold all things are become newHamilton 78 Why it happened or when people have no idea The only conclusion people can make from this would be a new point of view dawned new ideas were brought forth never thought of before them With this new miracle mankind became the center of the universe the most important thing itOsborne134 In Greece man first realized what mankind wasPeople do not know when Greek dramas and myths were first told in their present shape but whenever it was primitive life had been left far behind The stories we read tell us what the people of ancient Greece thought about their world They believed there were many Gods and that those Gods controlled the universe For example Zeus the greatest god was in charge of the weather thunder and lighting When it thundered the ancient Greeks thought Zeus was at work The ancient Greeks believed that all of nature- trees and mountains and rivers and rocks either was or contained gods and goddesses Many stories explained nature If the pattern of particular stars in the sky looked like a horse people told a story about a bull that had been placed in the sky long before An example of this would be when the Greeks were unaware of the tilting of the earth and it rotation so Greeks came up with another explanation of why the seasons change The story of Demeter and Persephone filled this particular gap In the case of Demeter and Persephone a story about a mothers grief over her missing daughter satisfies not only the scientific question but also your curiosity The ancient Greeks also believed that the gods and goddesses were not very different
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