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You've heard of Greece. Know a little about its history even. And you can name the Gods. But beyond that... not much. Time to build on your existing knowledge. 1. Hesiod, in the Theogony, says that all life came originally from one source. What is that source? Chaos 2. The primary group of deities are the Olympians. But they weren't always the ones in charge. What was the group that came before them? The Titans 3. Zeus is the King of Olympus, ruler of the Gods. Who was his first wife? Metis 4. There is a group of beings, daughters of Zeus and the Titaness Mnemosyne. What are they called? The Muses 5. Helen of Troy. The 'face that launched a thousand ships'. But she wasn't really "of Troy", except that that's where Paris took her after taking her from her husband. Where was she actually from? Sparta 6. Helen had a sister, Clytemnestra. Her husband was a king who fought in the Trojan War. What was his name? Agamemnon 7. Of the following, who is the God of light? Apollo 8. Given the above question, who is the God of the sun? Helios 9. Who is worshipped as Goddess of hearth and home? Hestia 10. There are two Gods who 'share' the oracle at Delphi. Who are they? Apollo & Dionysos 11. What is "Khernips"? Lustral water, for purification 12. Who are the "Cthonic" deities? The Underworld gods 13. Apollo had many wives/lovers/mates. Many of them were.... not so willing. Or came to unhappy endings. Which of the following doesn't fit that pattern? Kyrene 14. There is a famous tale of a battle to conquer one of the ancient cities. That city had seven gates, and seven heroes were sent against it. Against which city were the seven sent? Thebes 15. Apollo and Zephyrus both fell in love with the same young man, and competed for his attention. Who was the young man? Hyacinthus 16. After years of war at Troy, and then a long voyage home, Odysseus returns to his island kingdom to find that his wife has remained faithful for twenty long years. What was the name of this perfect wife? Penelope 17. Zeus fell in love with the young man Ganymede, and broght him to Olympus to serve as cup-bearer to the Gods. Who did Ganymede replace in this position? Hebe 18. Chiron, the great teacher, was a member of what race? Centaur 19. The Greeks revered beauty and physical perfection. Yet one of their Gods was lame. Which one? Hephaistus 20. What is the above image? The Parthenon

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