Greek mythology is rich in plots and has reached the modern days in the presentation of poets, historians and philosophers. In the archaic era, a system of religious beliefs was finally formed, which was called the Olympic religion, since the described gods lived on Mount Olympus in Northern Greece. At the head of the gods living on Olympus was the father of gods and people and the supreme ruler of heaven and earth Zeus. Ancient Greek religion is closely related to mythology as the myths explained the details of the cult of the deities. Myths reveal at once many real and fictional parts in the life of the ancient Greeks.
The inner world of a person is largely built on the basis of myths and belief in higher powers. Ancient Greek Mythology gradually built up its values, behaviors, and beliefs among cultural scholars, folklorists, anthropologists, and social psychologists. Mythology creates a social preference for communication on certain topics, beliefs, and religion. Therefore, the research paper aims to explore the religious, social and creative functions of Ancient Greek Mythology. The relevance of this work is due to several prerequisites such as the constant development of art and the social importance of ancient culture.
In conclusion, Ancient Greek Mythology is one of the most extensive in terms of application to different areas of human life. Often mythology is reflected in art and literature, including poetry, drawings, and more. Thus, mythology affects not only the culture of a certain time, but also is transmitted through the centuries through art and legends. The study of such topics is important for understanding the role of mythology in the history of the development of culture and the perception of mankind.