The Underworld in Greek Mythology (inspired by the BBC TV series "Atlantis")
How much do you know about the Ancient Greeks' version of the dark regions? 10 Questions.
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What did the Ancient Greeks call the Underworld?
Which from below was the name of one of the five rivers you had to cross to reach the Underworld?
Who was the ferryman who had to be paid to take one across the river?
And what fee did he require?
There was another river in the Underworld, the river of hatred. What was it called?
The entrance to the Underworld was guarded by Cerberus. What was it?
A three-headed dog
A giant squid
A multi-armed guard
A pillar of salt
Who entered the Underworld to rescue his love, Eurydice?
Pandora's Box was cast down into the nether regions. What did it contain?
The star prize
All the evils of the world
What was notable about Medusa's hair?
It went lank and frizzy when wet
It never needed shampoo
It was made of stone
It was live snakes
Finally, to take us out of the dark regions, what was the opposite of the Underworld?
The Field of Mars
The Elysian Fields
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