Worshiping the Gods
In ancient Greece, Greeks sacrificed sacred animals to "the Gods" so that the Gods would be good to them. The Gods meant everything to them so they would offer anything to them. Each God had a sacrifice temple. If something in a certain God's field has gone wrong, the people of Greece would sacrifice and put it into their temple for the Gods to accept as a token of their gratitude. Sometimes the Greeks could be very superstitious. They had all these ways of giving to the Gods, kind of like when we give presents to the people we love. They were kind of like family to them. They had to give something meaningful to them.