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Greek Myths They Couldn't Teach You In School

The mythology of Ancient Greece is a fascinating glimpse into the world of our ancestors. It doesn't just tell us what they believed and how they worshiped: the stories also tell what they frowned upon, what they aspired to, and what they believed a person should never, ever do. Here, we're mostly talking about that last part.

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Greek Myths They Couldn't Teach You In School

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    Stories From Greek Mythology They Couldn't Teach You In School

    Stories From Greek Mythology They Couldn't Teach You In School

    By /Updated: Sept. 1, 2020 5:00 pm EDT The mythology of Ancient Greece is a fascinating glimpse into the world of our ancestors. It doesn't just tell …

    False Things About Greek Mythology You've Been Believing - Grunge

    False Things About Greek Mythology You've Been Believing - Grunge

    Television drama is full of heroes, villains, betrayals, abductions, murders, and other fun stuff that we love to see happen to other people. Before television, there was Greek mythology, which was also full of all that same fun stuff we love to see happen to other people. So really, human beings haven't changed a whole lot in the last several thousand years, except today we get to watch it all happen with a bowl of popcorn.

    What Life Was Like For Women In Ancient Greece

    What Life Was Like For Women In Ancient Greece

    There isn't a single answer for what life was like for women in Ancient Greece. Their reality depended hugely on which city-state they called home, during which period of Ancient Greek history they lived in, and how rich they were (or rather, how rich their husbands were.) But if you had to sum up what life was like for Ancient Greek women in one phrase, it would be "an absolute pile of poop."

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