Why was Hermes important to ancient Greeks?
Hermes was the messenger god so he delivered messages to the gods.
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Many of the foods imported to Greece came from Asia. Many fruitslike dates and nuts such as almonds and walnuts were imported.
Theatre was part of religious festivals, in which they participated either on the stage or as spectators. Interestingly the farmer-warriors were happy to dance and sing the fe…male parts in the chorus.. Each day during the festivals there was a sequence of a trilogy of tragedy, followed by a satyr play and by a comedy. The function of the tragedies was catharsis - cleaning out the spirit - and the void left by this cleansing was recharged with the other two.
The Greeks did not call Hermes - their god - Mercury. Hermes was identified by the Romans with their Hermes.
All people have one god or many gods. They are important.
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He was important to the Greeks. he was because he was the messenger of the gods so he delivered stuff back and forth for the gods Sorry kind of short answer hope it helps…! :)
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The Polis were like our major cities or national capitals to the ancient Greeks: they were the centers of trade, politics, culture, and military strength.
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In Ancient Greece, Hermes was a phallic god of boundaries. His name, in the form herma , was applied to a wayside marker pile of stones; each traveller added a stone to the p…ile.
The Ancient Greeks were polytheistic; they believed in multiple gods. One of them was Hestia, goddess of the hearth (essentially fireplace) and the family.
how did the greeks worship hermes
because he was a greek version of cupid
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