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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 consort
She was his daughter
She was his mother-in-law
She was his mother

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?
Melpomene
Thalia
Mnemosyne
Euterpe

Question 4:


Originally Herakles' labors were to be 11.
False
True

Question 5:


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

Question 6:


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

Question 7:


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

Question 8:


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

Question 9:


He was the son of Hypnos.
Hephaestus
Apollo
Morpheus
Hermes

Question 10:


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

 


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