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Mythology & Legends
"Mythology is full of legends about heroes overcoming impossible odds to succeed in their mission. Team NVNG invites you to follow in their footsteps in this set of questions."
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In Greek mythology the minotaur was killed by Theseus, who found his way through the maze where the monster lived. On which Greek island is this reputed to have happened?
Which creature from Greek legend was created by the Titans Typhon and Echidna and destroyed the city of Lycia before being killed by Bellerophon?
In a tangled web, Cupid and Psyche fall in love, but are separated. The only way Psyche and Cupid can be reunited is for Psyche to complete four impossible tasks. Who gave her these tasks?
Perseus, to save his mother from an unwanted suitor, was given the task of bringing back the head of Medusa. He was helped by several of the Immortals, including Athena, who gave him which piece of armour?
Gordias was made king after he entered Phrygia driving his ox-cart, which was then tied with the famous Gordian knot. Though many tried, which of these warriors undid the impossible knot?
'The Mabinogion', which includes the story of the impossible tasks to be undertaken for the love of Olwen, is a collection of folktales from which part of the UK?
In Norse mythology, the impossible task of subduing the creature Fenrir was achieved by means of a magical chain. What type of animal was Fenrir?
Which enormous three headed dog had the task of guarding the entrance to Hades, before being captured by Hercules as his final impossible mission?
Who was the giant, almost invincible, man dressed in an armour made of bronze who was given the task of guarding the island of Crete?
Jason, on a quest to retrieve the Golden Fleece, was given three impossible tasks. Which of these women, who helped Jason achieve his tasks, did he marry but later desert?
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