How much can we learn...?

...from the Greek myths to the present day?

For those of us who have had to learn history from that far back; "Wow!"

Myths were actual stories of bravery and such, passed down from family to family, community, county or municipality - before man had written word.  

Geologists have unearthed many things that have come from these times to verify their existence.

What is hidden shall be revealed, leaving no stone unturned.

History repeats itself and life is ever-changing but, cannot we learn something from 'all' our past history?  Before it's too late?  :D

2 Answers

  • 2 months ago
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    We can learn as much as we want to learn I guess. Some of us are like dustbins we take in everything and throw out nothing. Some of us are selective. Is there any truth at all in myths? We still have old wives tales today, are they the same? Enjoy your day now.

    • Stanley
      Lv 7
      2 months agoReport

      Thanks for the BA.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Wtf is this? "Geologists"? You mean archaeologists. And they haven't unearthed any winged horses or one eyed giants yet. 

    • Please excuse the  'ists' I used rather your correction.  By one eyed giants, do you mean cyclops?  Anything is possible!  :D

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