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The Relation between mortals and immortals as depicted by Hesoid
Greek mythology is the beliefs and ritual observances of the ancient Greeks. In ancient times, the Greeks explained the beginnings of the world and society with mythology, using stories and legends about a variety of gods or immortals. Theogony by Hesoid portrays the different magical powers or godly forces each of these immortals possess. The gods resembled humans in form and had human feelings and emotions. The inequality between mortals and immortals is that immortals are a higher power. In some cases gods can behave as both divine and not divine beings. Being divine consists of superhuman or godlike features. In many cases depicted by Hesoid and in the film "Ipigenia" they act as divine. They also tend to contradict themselves by acting immoral.
Before all the gods existed there had been the Titans, sons and daughters of the earth, Gaea, and of the heaven, Uranus. According to Hesoid there were twelve of them. The Titans rebelled against their father Kronus, and Zeus, son of Kronus overthrew him making him the first and most powerful god. Zeus is a god the mortals sing to and bl
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