The Credibility Of The Gods In Hippolytus By Euripides

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In Ancient Greece, people believed in diverse amounts of myths and teachings to ultimately shed light on how the earth around them came to be. They came to worship not one God, but many Gods. Their gods included the Olympian Gods, Titan Gods, Sea Gods, Sky gods, Underworld Gods, and countless others. People generally worshipped all these Gods, instead of only choosing who they wanted to be loyal to. The story of Hippolytus by Euripides, is a greek myth that really shows the control the Gods had over the people of this time, and the reality that the people in this story had no power of their destinies because the Gods already decided it for them. The fates of these characters will always be inevitable with their Gods in the picture. Hippolytus

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