Greek Gods And Leaders In The Iliad

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Ancient Greeks believed in many gods, who lived at the top of Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece. They believed that their gods, who were immortal, had the power to control everything, and that means their lives too. In general, the relations between people and gods were friendly most of the times, but the gods delivered some punishment to people who showed offensive behavior. All the Greek myths defined these gods’ lives and actions, and most of the stories are about how they interacted with human beings. All these mythologies can be found in the works of Homer. Homer produced Iliad, which is about the events of the Trojan War, and the Odyssey, which explains in detailed the travels of Odysseus.
Without leaders or rulers, this world would be chaotic, because leaders are what helps shape the world. In Greek Mythology, Zeus and Poseidon are the leaders that help build the Olympian world. During the ancient years, Greeks had Zeus
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He was an excellent example of a leader! His leadership tactics were smart because he cared what others though, and they were highly involved in decision making. He was entitled to rule Thebes, but the fact that he killed his children made him go and work by serving others. That being said, instead of being a king, he had to be Eurystheus’ slave. He courageously overcame many monsters, who exposed the wellbeing of not just one particular city but all Greece. His motivation was his destiny and his success of his goals. After his death, he welcomed into Olympus, and he became the god of strength. Before his death though, once his temperature was high, he pulled his bow out and exposed to shoot at the sun. This reaction often got Heracles in trouble, but when it came to he loved ones, he would do anything to help them. Once his anger passed, he was the most critical judge of his own actions. He was too strong for anyone to force a punishment on

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