The Oldest Example of Ancient Greek Writing, the Tales of Homer and Hesiod Turning Oral History into Written Stories, the Poetry Most Prized by the Ancient Greeks, the Oracle’s of Delphi and Their Importance During the Period, Oracle Predictions, the Ancient Greeks Believing That to Become a God a Person Must Perform a Worthy Act, the Various Cultures of the Mediterranean and Their Best Sporting Events, the Purpose of Using Olive Oil On the Body for Ancient Grecian Athletes, the Structure of Ancient Greek Sporting Competition, the Ancient Greek Mentality of Agon, the Reason the Olympics Are Held Every 4 Years, the First Olympic Games Acting as the Starting Point for the Ancient Greek Empire, the Etymology of the Term “Idea”, the Accomplishments of Ancient Greek Mathematician Thales and the Development of a Novel Way of Thinking, Ancient Greek Philosopher Pythagoras and Ancient Greek Physician Hippocrates Expanding Upon Thale’s Work, Ancient Greek Philosopher Democritus Developing the Concept of the Atom, the Etymology of “Draconian”, How Ancient Greek Statesperson Solon Saved Athens, Greece and the Flourishing of Democracy, and the Fight for Control of Athens Which Ensued After Democracy Developed and the Coup d’Etat That Followed

The oldest found example of ancient Greek writing is on a wine cup called “the Cup of Nestor” in which 3 men have a competition in respect to who can were the best poetry in a single line and do so by writing onto the cup, all 3 of them, in their own handwriting. In the 8th century, Hesiod and Homer wrote down all of the epic tales which until then had only been passed down orally. The 3 poems which the ancient Greeks were most proud of were the Iliad, the Oddysey, and the Theogony. The Oracle o...

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