Greek Mythology Quiz Part I
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An easy question to start off with:Who ruled the gods?
How many Olympian Deities were there?
What was Ares god of?
Aphrodite was the principal goddess of love, but who was a god of love?
Who was the husband of the Titan goddess Phoebe?
Of the three Titan siblings: Helios, Eos and Selene, which one was God of the Sun?
Of the three heroes: Perseus, Hercules and Theseus, which one became a God when he died?
Whom did this hero marry?
Hebe, Goddess of Youth
Hecate, Goddess of Witchcraft
Nemesis, Goddess of Revenge
Who were the three children of Zeus and his third wife Hera?
Ares, Hebe and Apollo
Hebe, Hephaestus and Apollo
Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus
Which of the God(desse)s invented the lyre?
Apollo, God of Music, the Sun and Medicine
Hermes, Messenger of the Gods and God of Thieves
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom and Strategy
In which situation was the lyre invented?
Hermes stole one of Apollo's cows so invented the lyre and gave it to him to make up for it.
Apollo was tending his horse when he thought of making an instrument out of horse hair.
Athena invented the lyre to calm her when she was philosophising.
In which situation were the Panpipes invented?
Pan was sitting on a hill and tried to replicate the whooshing wind sound.
Pan stole the Panpipes from a human maiden and named them after himself. The actual origination of these pipes is unknown.
Pan was in love with Syrinx, a nymph, but accidentally cut down some reeds she had just transformed into. Pan used them to make the first Panpipes.
There were nine muses: Erato, Euterpe, Thalia, Melpomene, Terpsichorde, Urania, Clio, Polyhymnia, and ... Who was the last?
Which muse was the muse of hymns?
Who was Theseus' father and threw himself into the sea when he thought his son to be dead? The sea is named after him.
Who was the twin of Phrixus, who flew with him on a flying ram across a sea, which was named after this twin?
Who was the son of Daedalus, who flew too close to the Sun with his wax-made wings, consequently falling into a sea, which was named after him?
Who only had to touch an item before it turned to gold?
Who was Ariadne's father?
What does the word "minotaur" literally mean?
"Bull of Minos"
"Son of Minos"
"Son of Mino"
Who did Hades kidnap and marry?
Hebe, Goddess of Youth
Ganymede, Cupbearer to the Gods
Persephone, Goddess of Springtime
Who were Persephone's parents?
Zeus and Demeter
Poseidon and Hestia
Hades and Hera
Who fathered Persephone's daughter, Melinoe?
Hades, her uncle and husband
Zeus, her uncle and father
Ares, God of War
What two things did the Three Graiai share?
An eye and a tooth
A spellbook and a magic sceptre
A head and an arm
What were the two sons of Odysseus called?
Telekhunus and Telephonus
Telegonus and Telemachus
Telerion and Telerimon
What was Atlas eternally cursed into bearing?
The Crust of the Earth
The Surface of the Sea
Who tried to rescue the nymph Eurydice from the Underworld?
Who was Aphrodite's mother?
Who did Ariadne marry after she was abandoned by Theseus on an island?
Dionysus, God of Wine
Asclepius, a God of Medicine
Perseus killed Medusa, a Gorgon. Gorgons killed by turning anyone who looked into their eyes to stone. But how many Gorgons were there originally?
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