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Cupid: The God of Love

written by: Phreekshow
 
Have you ever been struck by Cupid's arrow? Then you know what it is to be in love. Here is a quiz on the iconic cherub of Love!

Question 1:

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According to Roman mythology, Cupid was the son of Persephone.
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Question 2:

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Which of these gods is the father of Cupid according to Roman mythology?
Jupiter
Saturn
Mars
Mercury


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Question 3:

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What is the name of Cupid's counterpart in Greek mythology?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 4:

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According to Roman mythology Cupid was female.
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Question 5:

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According to legend, Cupid's mother grew jealous of this princess and ordered Cupid to make her fall in love with the vilest creature in the world.
Aphrodite
Kora
Persephone
Psyche


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Question 6:

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Cupid is the iconic symbol of what holiday?



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Question 7:

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Although he is known for carrying arrows of love, Cupid also carried arrows to invoke hatred.
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Question 8:

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Cupid is depicted in what work of classic epic poetry?
None of these
The Odyssey
Aeneid
Iliad


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Question 9:

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Cupid is depicted as a cherub.
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Question 10:

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Cupid or cupido means "love" in Latin.
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