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1. Her temple in Ancient Rome was guarded by a group of women called the Vestal Virgins. Who is this goddess?
2. Zeus' wife was Hera. Zeus had affairs with many other people, and had many children. However, which of these was Hera's child by Zeus?
3. Here we have Hypnos, the god of Sleep. He has a twin brother. What is the brother's name?
4. If you lived an extremely heroic life, your soul would go where?
5. Who is the Goddess of Love?
6. In Greek Mythology, there are three lovely women called the Fates. The Goddess of Necessity brought them into being. Who is the Goddess of Necessity?
7. One of the Titans became too interested in the mortals below Mt. Olympus for Zeus' taste. He was then chained to a mountain as a punishment for giving humans fire. Who is this Titan?
8. In the "Odyssey", Oddyseus TWICE sails between two horrific beasts. One is called Scylla. True or False: The other is called Circe.
9. Who is the God of Sun? (The actual sun.)
10. Which of these gods DID NOT have a Latin translation of their name?
11. One of Hera's children was lame. This child grew up to become the blacksmith of the gods. Who is he?
12. Greeks and Romans often had different names for the same gods. For example, Poseidon and Neptune can be confused. They are both gods of the sea. Now, who would be Demeter's Roman equivalent? (Latin name.)
13. Remember the Fates? These three women were Zeus' and Eurynome's. They caused peace and happiness wherever they went. Who are they?
14. This goddess gave Diomedes the ability to see immortals during the Trojan War. She also advised him to attack Aphrodite if he saw her. True or False: this goddess was called Artemis.
15. You've probably heard of Cupid, but what is his Greek name?
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