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Greek Myth

written by: daspletosaurus
 
This quiz challenges your knowledge of Greek mythology including the many deities, mythical creatures, myths, etc.

Question 1:


Ancient Greeks believed that this Titan created man.
Epimetheus
Prometheus
Ouranos
Kronos

Question 2:


This Titan overthrew his father, Ouranos and ruled over the Earth before the gods.
None of these
Oceanus
Zeus
Cronus

Question 3:


These mythological figures were gigantic beings with one hundred hands.
Cyclops
None of these
Hecatoncheires
Gorgons

Question 4:


Which Greek god is known as the "Earth-shaker"?
Neptune
Hephaestus
Poseidon
Hades

Question 5:


Zeus is the Greek god of the sky and the chief of the gods.
False
True

Question 6:


Name the mythological giant three-headed dog that guarded the gate to the underworld.
Cerberus
Orthrus
Echidna
Chimaera

Question 7:


What was the home of the gods in Greek mythology?
the Elysian Fields
None of these
Mt. Olympus
Tartarus

Question 8:


According to Greek mythology, Pegasus and his brother, Chrysaor were born when Perseus decapitated this monster.
Minotaur
Akimbo
None of these
Medusa

Question 9:


According to Greek mythology, Odysseus and his men landed on the island of the Lotus Eaters following the Trojan War.
False
True

Question 10:


Polyphemus, the one-eyed son of Poseidon, asked his father not to allow this mythological hero to return home.
Odysseus
Maron
Eurymachus
Telemachus

 


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