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#7

Greek and Roman paganism was almost identical. Who is the Roman equivalent of Ares?

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  • Mars

  • Mercury

  • Jupiter

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#8

According to legend, this Olympian of wisdom was born when Zeus suffered from a painful headache and became decapitated.

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  • Hestia

  • Athena

  • Demeter

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#9

Known as the god of the sea, earthquakes, and storms, Poseidon has a bad temper. Which symbol represents this deity?

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#10

The beautiful goddess Leto caught the eye of Zeus and conceived twins. Leto was banned from giving birth on land by Zeus’ wife Hera, and found an island detached from the ocean floor to bare her children. Which Olympian gods are her children?

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  • Apollo and Artemis

  • Aphrodite and Ares

  • Hermes and Athena

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#11

According to legend, this goddess became queen of the underworld when Hades kidnapped her. Her mother Demeter was so distraught with her disappearance that everything on earth stopped growing. Hades then allowed her to visit her mother for six months of the year, creating the spring and summer seasons.

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  • Persephone

  • Hebe

  • Nemesis

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#12

While “muses” today are people who inspire artists, they were goddesses of science and the arts in Ancient Greece. Who is NOT one of the nine Muses?

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  • Calliope

  • Thalia

  • Erato

  • Eris

  • Melpomene

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