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#1

In Greek mythology, the first gods and goddesses were born from the void of Chaos. What is the name of these deities?

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  • Primordial deities

  • Titans

  • Olympians

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#2

The primordial deities represented basic elements of earth, sky, mountains, sea, dark, night, light, and day. Gaia and Uranus were the primordial deities to give birth to the second generation of divine beings, the Titans. What natural element does Uranus represent?

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  • Earth

  • Sky

  • Water

  • Fire

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#3

The third generation of Greek gods were the Olympians, who were known for residing on Mount Olympus. Which Titans gave birth to these twelve deities?

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  • Mnemosyne and Coeus

  • Kronos and Rhea

  • Phoebe and Iapetus

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#4

Born as the last child of Rhea and Kronos, Zeus was hidden in a cave on the island of Crete. Known as the king of the gods and the leader of Mount Olympus, Zeus rules the sky, lightning, thunder, and the law. His love life is soap opera–interesting, leading to a complicated family tree! Which deity is NOT one of his children?

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  • Aphrodite

  • Heracles

  • Hades

  • Athena

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#5

Look at your feet — your shoes just might be named after the Greek goddess of victory! Which brand comes from mythological inspiration?

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#6

Ancient Greeks were known for their love of wine and theater. The god of these pleasures was also the last to enter Olympus. Who is he?

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  • Apollo

  • Dionysus

  • Helios

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