The Chronology of Grec-Roman religion
Religion was an important part of daily life in ancient Greece and Rome. First, Greece had an established religious belief system that included convictions about gods, the spiritual realm, and the afterlife. As its empire advanced, its religion spread. Next, Rome, in many ways, overlayed the existing religious worldview of the Greeks, although names were often changed in the process. (See Greco-Roman beliefs)
The following timeline of Greco-Roman religion summarizes some of the most important events in the belief system since its founding. By reading through the timeline, one is able to track the developments of Greco-Roman religion in history. Links will take the reader to more in-depth articles on he topics mentioned.