The life of what people in Greece XI-IX centuries BC was like the life of the Olympian gods? How is it similar?

The life of the gods was similar to the life of the Greek nobility of the 11th-9th centuries BC: the gods, like noble people, feasted, they did not participate (with the exception of the blacksmith god Hephaestus) in productive labor. In the hands of the council of the gods, as in the hands of the councils of the nobility, there was power.

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