What was the center of religious life in ancient Greece?
The temples of the gods, and particularly the patron god of the city-state.
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Acropolis (highest part of Athens) was the was the center of city life in Ancient Athens as concerns politics and religion. As concerns economics, the Agora/Marketplace was th…e center.
the temple in Jerusalem A: Religious life in the kingdom of Israel was based in the temples ofBethel and Samaria. Religious life in the southern kingdom of Judah was based …in thetemple of Jerusalem.
it was almost the same as ours today except the Greeks would sacrafice there animals to the gods at festivals and games, as you know the egyptians worshipped cats, well the Gr…eeks worshipped dogs.
The religious leaders were the ones Greeks talked to, to communicate to the gods.
The religous beliefs that the ancient greece had was Y O L O
acropolis however you spell it
they believed in polytheism (many gods)
To love our neighbor as we love ourselves and to love Tetregrammation and no other gods
it was horrable! you won't like it because it is a hard work! you work even get to sleep
Ancient Creek or ancient Egypt or any civilization: All got profits/and messengers from God to ask them to follow guidance: the path of God, and submit to his one's, and his o…rders (through profits and books) to make their life happy and clear of cumbersome. But human natures: they forget, and they slowly divert from the right path till they become completely or partially a stray, where they start using idols as mean of communicating with god, or partner with him certain creatures like cows, insects as seen in India, etc.., and accordingly, they will have a hard time to accept the change or the new profit guidance, so the number of believers/followers are small, and the will be facing the challenges and the punishments of others, You can see that in the messages of Jesus, Moses and Mohammad. And the first question all these profits are faced with is: ARE you going to change us from what we had found our fathers at?. (as stated by Farrow of Egypt to Moses, and the Jews to Profit Jesus, and the Jews that were waiting for the last (sealed) to profit Mohammad.
They were considered as individual people and they were the ones that enjoyed true freedom even thought they relied on soldiers and traders to live
The majority of the people lived a life of grinding poverty. Eventhe so-called wealthy were no in the millionaire league. The earlystatus class was 200 measures of produce put… you into theindependent class. 300 measures the upper class, 500 measures thetop class. Yet 200 measures was bwrely subsistence for a family, sothe 500 level was not exactly rich. However they made the best of it, enriching an otherwise pedestrianlife with theatre, religious festivals, gymnasium, and warfare. For women it was different - kept in the home in virtual purdah,keeping house and raising children, getting out only for theoccasional women's religious festival. For slaves, they were merely property to be used and abused, maleand female.