The oldest known Druids lived in the ancient Roman city of Syracuse, in what is now the Roman province of Pannonia.
The Druids worshipped a large pantheon of spirits called the Tetragrammaton, and they also believed that their deities had powers beyond the material world.
They believed that the sun had souls, and that water was the spirit of the earth.
They lived in harmony with nature, according to the Druids.
The ancient Druids also believed in the importance of the natural world, and there are many archaeological sites in Greece that have been uncovered that show their ritual sites and shrines.
Today, the Druid religion is still practiced by the ancient Greek people of the city of Parnassus in modern-day Bulgaria.
In ancient times, the Greeks believed that people were created by gods.
It is believed that some of the gods are connected to plants, and the Druid religion also had roots in paganism.
The oldest ancient Druid shrine in Parnas was found in a cave at the site of an ancient temple of the goddess Artemis.
It dates to the 3rd century BC.
Ancient Druids worshiped the sun and other celestial beings.
The sun is often associated with healing and healing powers.
The goddess Artemis was a goddess of agriculture and fertility, and it is believed she gave the people the knowledge of the soil, which is the foundation of the land and the life force.
The temples at Parnasses are one of the oldest archaeological sites around the world.
Today they are the site where ancient Druus, as well as other ancient cultures, worship the sun.