Why Did the Greeks Have so Many Gods?

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The Greeks had so many gods because they believed that the many gods they had, the greater the protection and guidance. Another possible reason is because polytheistic was a very popular culture in the world.
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There were so many greek gods because they goverened every single major part of natural occuring events on the earth. (This is what the ancient Greeks thought)
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Zeus was the leader of the gods and god of the sky. He was the youngest of five children to Cronus and Rhea, of the Titan race, and the only one to escape the jealous wrath of Cronus
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Apollo.
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SOTERIA was the goddess or spirit( daimon. of safety, and of deliverance and preservation from harm. Her male counterparts were the daimon Soter and the god Dionysos Soter. The Romans
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