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Greek Gods

written by: bobby
 
Test your knowledge on the fascinating Greek gods. Enjoy!

Question 1:


The Greek goddess of agriculture, Demeter, had a daughter called Persephone. What is the Persephone's relation to Hades (the underworld god of wealth)?
She was his daughter
She was his mother
She was his consort
She was his mother-in-law

Question 2:


Cronus swallowed the first four children he sired by Rhea: Demeter, Hera, Hades and Hestia, as soon as they were born.
True
False

Question 3:


Which of the following is not one of the nine Muses?
Mnemosyne
Melpomene
Thalia
Euterpe

Question 4:


Originally Herakles' labors were to be 11.
True
False

Question 5:


He was the god of the sea.
Poseidon
Athena
Dionysus
Hermes

Question 6:


One of Zeus' lovers was Io. What kind of animal did Io turn into, when she tried to avoid detection?
Sheep
Cow
Mare
Snake

Question 7:


Hermes was god of all these except one. Which is it?
Fishermen
Orators
Shepherds
Athletes

Question 8:


Goddess Aphrodite was born out of this.
Dust
Sea foam
Mud
Sand

Question 9:


He was the son of Hypnos.
Morpheus
Hermes
Hephaestus
Apollo

Question 10:


The change of seasons can be explained with one of the following goddesses.
Athena
Hestia
Demeter
Alectrona

 


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