Oct 18, 2017
The founders of Western Civilisation, the Classical Greeks were strong believers in the existence and capabilities of the supernatural. Their epic poems and plays featured Gods, Goddesses, and spirits aplenty, and mythical heroes were often attributed fantastic knowledge and power. As time went on, Greek writers began to distinguish between different types of magic, and their acceptability.
Many thanks to Ryan from the History of Ancient Greece Podcast for his help!
Samuel Hume of The History of Witchcraft Podcast