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That is your answer key. Greek creation mythology Although when we think of mythology we think of a collection of stories, there is a beginning to them. Understanding the beginning of the story, the creation of the world, gives us a framework to build upon as we learn about the different myths.
The short answer to how the Greeks viewed the creation of the world is this: Scary old gods came first; they got stomped down by their kids, who were better looking, younger gods.
These gods created humans. Humans and gods fought for supremacy, and the humans won a few rounds but eventually got trounced and became more and more miserable.
Now, the longer answer: In the beginning, the universe was without form.
It was not nothing; there was matter, but it was unorganized, shapeless, mixed up and dark. This was called Chaos. After Chaos, more divinities, or gods, came into being. Gaia, the Earth, held up Uranus, the sky. Gaia and Uranus had a bunch of kids.
First they had a bunch of monsters including the Cyclops, and then they created the Titans as the second generation. Uranus hated all the Titans and was actually quite ugly about it — but there are only a couple of Titans that you need to remember: Gaia was pretty ticked at Uranus for being a jerk, so she helped Cronus overthrow him.
So, let's keep this straight. Cronus is Uranus's son. Cronus became the king bye-bye Uranusand married his sister, Rhea — another Titan.
It's like a soap opera. This was called the Golden Age because men, who had been made by a Titan named Prometheus, were living in harmony. Everything was hunky dory. It didn't last, though, because Cronus heard a prophecy that one of his sons would dethrone him, so every time his wife, Rhea, had a baby, he swallowed it.
Rhea got a little sick of seeing all of her children swallowed alive, so she tricked Cronus when her sixth child, Zeus, was born; she wrapped up a rock to look like a baby and had Cronus swallow that instead.
Zeus rescued his previously swallowed siblings, and all was right with the world. World View The Greek view of the world was a little different than ours. The Greeks believed that the world was flat, but circular, like a paper plate. At the center of the Universe was Greece.
Their world was divided by the Mediterranean, which means "Middle of the Lands" in Latin. The river Ocean flowed around the world in a clockwise motion. In the north lived the Hyperboreans — an extremely happy people for whom life was sweet.
When the old people became tired of living, they threw themselves into the sea. This was a land of constant vacation where people were said to live for 1, years.
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