5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Oracle of Delphi
- a talented weaver challenged by Athena to a contest. After the contest, Arachne hanged herself and, in remorse, Athena changed her into a spider
- b Another name for Apollo, god of the sun, supervises the oracle at Delphi
- c Vulcan, Olympian, son of Hera, husband of Aphrodite, blacksmith who manufactures armor and other items for the gods
- d slayer of the Minotaur that Minos had kept in the labyrinth. The Minotaur was the offspring of Pasiphae and a bull.
- e Temple where the Pythia speaks for Apollo, Sayings: "Know Thyself" and "Nothing in Excess"
5 Multiple choice questions
- A giant with 100 eyes who watches over Io for Hera, also the name of Odysseus' dog
- Achilles 'prize' who Agamemnon takes from him at the beginning at the Iliad. The cause of his abscence from battle.
- a Titan, best known as the father of Atlas, Menoetius, Epimetheus, and Prometheus
- Trojan War: Hector's widow, mother of Astyanax
- Titan, personification of the Sun, most of his attributes and myths were taken over by Apollo. Three children: Phaeton, Selene & Eos (Aurora, Dawn)
5 True/False questions
Aeneas → son of Aphrodite and Anchises, founder of the Roman nation
Antaeus → Gigantic wrestler, son of Gaea (earth) and Poseidon (sea), he became stronger whenever he touched the earth. Hercules lifted him from the ground and killed him.
Psyche → talented weaver challenged by Athena to a contest. After the contest, Arachne hanged herself and, in remorse, Athena changed her into a spider
Titans → Sky god, husband of Gaia, father of the titans, overthrown by his son Cronus
Deucalion and Pyrrha → sons of Zeus and Leda, sailed with Jason in his quest for the Golden Fleece. They were worshiped as gods, and became the constellations Gemini.