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Greek Myths: Aphrodite

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Greek Myths Aphrodite game quiz
"All about the loveliest of goddesses, Aphrodite. Enjoy!"

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1. The beautiful Aphrodite was married, you know. But to whom?
    Hephaestus
    Apollo
    Ares
    Poseidon


2. Aphrodite started the Trojan War by promising a young man the hand of the most beautiful woman in the world. Problem was, she was already married. He eloped with her anyway. What was this young man's name?
    Hector
    Paris
    Theseus
    Prium


3. Our favorite goddess also helped to wed a rather fickle heroine who would only marry a man who could beat her in a foot race. What was her name?
    Atalanta
    Penelope
    Eurydice
    Medea


4. Ouch! Aphrodite was born from the foam of the sea. But this foam was created when Cronus cut off a certain body part from his father Uranus and threw it into the ocean. What was the body part?
    His tail
    His head
    His genitalia
    His right arm


5. Speaking of her marriage, what did Aphrodite's husband give her as a wedding present?
    A shield
    A girdle
    A rainbow
    A golden chariot


6. Aphrodite had three handmaidens known as The Graces. Which of the following was NOT one of the three?
    Aglaea
    Thalia
    Euphrosyne
    Eulesia


7. Aphrodite had a son by way of her involvement with a lucky Trojan horse-breeder named Anchises. What was their son's name?
    Ulysseys
    Achilles
    Penates
    Aeneas


8. Everyone knows about another lucky mortal whom Aphrodite loved, named Adonis. Unfortunately for her, she had to share him with another goddess, by order from Zeus. Who was this other goddess?
    Hestia
    Eos
    Athena
    Persephone


9. Goddesses of Love should have temples. So did Aphrodite. Where in Greece was it?
    Thebes
    Corinth
    Sparta
    Cypress


10. Our goddess used to do what most deities like to do: manipulate humans. One such human was the sculptor Pygmalion, who was favored by her. So much so that she made one of his sculptures come to life as a beautiful woman to the lonely artist. What was the statue/woman's name?
    Galatea
    Phaedra
    Hippolytus
    Psyche


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Compiled Jun 28 12