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I've been doing some more research on Greek mythology and I was wondering what the different ages are? And how do they differ?
 
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The different ages of Greek mythology are sort of like a storyline. They define what was going on at the time between the guards and the major relationships between the characters.
 
The different ages of Greek mythology are sort of like a storyline. They define what was going on at the time between the guards and the major relationships between the characters.
Yes, that's right! There are five ages: gold, silver, bronze, heroic, and iron age. I don't know too much about what each of the main specifically, besides that the heroic age was about heroes like Hercules for example.
 
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