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Greece 8-3 Stack

This is the Greek Mythology and Literature Study Stack for section 8-3

TermDefinition
mythology a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the world works.
Homer Homer was an Epic Poet who lived from the 800s - 700s BC, and wrote epics such as, Iliad and the Odyssey.
Sappho Sappho was the most famous Lyric poet in Greece. Most of her poems were about her family and friends.
Aesop Aesop is a Greek poet famous for his fables who lives before 400 BC. He created fables like The Ants and the Grasshopper and other stories.
fables Fables are short stories that teach the reader lessons about life or give advice on how to live.
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