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15 October, 05:45

Why did the ancient greeks believe that natural places like springs and tree groves were important

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  1. 15 October, 07:19
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    That is because every sacred stream, spring, cliff, or tree grove was considered to be invaded by spirits that guarded the areas.

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    The Celts called areas after gods, or so it has been said time and time repeatedly. Although the folklorist Claude Lecouteux thinks it was a different way around. The Celts described the gods later the sacred places.
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