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Norse Gods and Goddesses

written by: bobby
 
Meet the Gods and Goddesses of the Norse Pantheon. And don't forget to have fun!

Question 1:


Freya was the goddess of this.
Love and beauty
Poetry
Old age and madness
The flowers

Question 2:


There were two major clans of Norse gods - Vanir and Ęsir.
True
False

Question 3:

View the provided image.
The picture portrays this Norse god.
Baldr
Buri
Thor
Freyr


View Image

Question 4:


Odin's favorite pets were these creatures.
Ravens
Hawks
Snakes
Bats

Question 5:


What did god Tyr sacrifice in order to bind the evil Fenris wolf?
His head
His leg
His hand
His eye

Question 6:


Which of the following gods was famous for his talent to quickly transform his appearance?
Fenrir
Hel
Asgard
Loki

Question 7:


God Ori was a giant.
True
False

Question 8:


Goddess Skadi was not permitted to look at the gods' faces, while choosing her husband among them.
False
True

Question 9:


Norse mythology associates the aurora with this beautiful goddess.
Freya
Frigg
Eir
Elli

Question 10:


He was the first man, according to Norse mythology.
Ask
Annar
Arvak
Aud

 


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