What Do the Myths Show US about the Early Greeks?

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The myths show us that the early Greeks where not bothered much about religion in a way that they had small gods whom they worshipped and gave sacrifices and festivals to as the only gods that they knew.
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For the Greeks, their religion/mythology had no formal structure with
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that they believed in myths... do ure homework bad boy/girl/something in
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Most of the Greek myths show bravery but especially Perseus killing Medusa because he killed Medusa to save his mother form the King.
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Possibly Maid Marrian and her Merry Men, it was written by and starred Tony Robinson and I remember it being on in the late 80s. I never really watched it much, but it was a different
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