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It is spelt Kronos.
For the ancient Greeks religion was not separate from culture or reality. They found the god and goddesses in their experience and adjusted their lives to the demands of the d…eities. All public and private events involved the deities because their favor was sought . The ancient Greeks felt that if they were moral and just that the deities would reward them.
Apollo was the god of the light and the sun; truth and prophecy; archery; medicine and healing; music, poetry, and the arts; and more (from Wikipedia).
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Yes, the Greeks did pray to their gods, though they were mythical gods such as Zeus, the head of the gods.
burnt offerings and such im sure you could find prayers online
They worshiped them in temples or at shrines within their homes, probably.
Artemis, The goddess of hunt
The Norse, Greeks and Romans had a different relation with their gods than some present day religions. The gods of those cultures basically ignored humans except as a form of …entertainment. The gods were forever stirring things up, mating with mortals etc. There was some praying going on, but the main intent was a vague hope that the gods wouldn't be bad to you if you showed you liked them.This becomes evident in the Illiad and Odyssey when the heroes are ever being helped and hindered by the gods for some unknown end.
The same reason you pray to your god. The acient Greeks thought that there were many gods. But modern Greeks don't believe it.
Well, Nyx was the personification of night, so perhaps they prayed for a safe night's sleep or the safety of those who worked at night.
each god did something different so whatever they wanted to do they prayed to that god
For example: To make ensure that their deceased relatives would receive a happy life in the Underworld and to beg for him not to have them die when they are sick.