Greek Mythology: Corrupt Characters In The Iliad

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Greek mythology was very fond of corrupt characters, even in famous works such as Homer’s The Odyssey and The Iliad one can see the extreme violence – In The Odyssey a cyclops furiously devours a human being and then he is stabbed in the eye— And it was more or less a reflection of their barbaric but intelligent way of life. The Romans adapted these stories and legends that were all overturned by Christianity around the 300’s AD. The fall of the Roman Empire fell and an enormously conservative religious culture took its place; surprisingly enough, there were several works of violent fiction during the Dark Ages such as Dante’s Inferno and The Divine Comedy – Satan eats Judas for the rest of eternity—other famous works might have been the Marquis

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