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Arts and Humanities
Miller Analogies Test: Mythology
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Greek goddess of Love; Daughter of Zeus
Roman goddess of love
Greek God of the sun. Good of light. Son of Zeus and Leto
Greek god of War
Roman god of war.
Greek muse of epic poetry and eloquence
Greek muse of history
Greek god of Wine and pleasure - Roman: Bacchus
Greek muse of love poetry
Greek muse of the flute
Norse goddess of marriage. Also Frija. Odin's wife.
Greek god of the underworld. God of buried treasures and agricultural wealth. Roman equivalent: Pluto
Greek. Represents idealized wife. Presided feminine existence, primarily marriage and maternity. Roman: Juno
Greek hero. Personification of physical strength. Roman: Hercules
Greek god of travelers. Conducted the souls of the death to the underworld. god of commerce and profit Roman: Mercury
Greek muse of tragedy
Greek muse of mimic
(Greek mythology) the Titan who stole fire from Olympus and gave it to mankind.
Greek muse of lyric poetry and dance
Greek muse of comedy
Killed the Minotaur of Crete. Greek mythology
Norse god associated with law and heroic glory.
Greek muse of astronomy
Norse women warriors. Lived in Valhalla. Guardians and servants of the gods. Both domestic and marital duties. Rode on fiery chargers.
(Greek mythology) the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology, God of the Sky. Omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent. Ruled from Mt. Olympus. Roman counterpart Jupiter
Greek agricultural deity. Goddess of the chase and the forests.
Roman counterpart : Diana
Roman agricultural deity.
Greek goddess of arts and knowledge. Goddess of arts of peace. Prudent intelligence.
Roman goddess of arts and knowledge
Charybdis and Scylla
Dwelt in same Sicilian seas as the sirens. Greek mythology
daughter of Poseidon and the earth, was a whirlpool who swallowed ships. Greek mythology
Once a beautiful woman was changed into a monster with 6 heads. Greek mythology
Greek - son of titans. married his sister Rhea. Father of Zeus. He ruled the cosmos during the so-called Golden Age
Greek goddess of the earth and underworld. Represents motherhood, and fertile, cultivated soil. Goddess of fruits. Roman counterpart: Ceres
Roman goddess of the earth and underworld. Represents motherhood, and fertile, cultivated soil.
Roman goddess of fruits.
Roman god of Wine and pleasure
Greek youngest of gods, a winged child, gracious and rebellious. Armed with bow and arrow, cause people to fall in love. Roman equivalent: Cupid
Roman youngest of gods, a winged child, gracious and rebellious. Armed with bow and arrow, cause people to fall in love.
Roman god of the underworld. God of buried treasures and agricultural wealth.
Greek woman whose beauty launched a thousand ships and began the Trojan War.
Roman. Represents idealized wife. Presided feminine existence, primarily marriage and maternity.
Roman hero. Personification of physical strength.
Roman god of travelers. Conducted the souls of the death to the underworld. god of commerce and profit.
Apollo's habitual companions. Goddesses of memory and poetic inspiration. Greek mythology
Greek. Killed his father and married his mother. blind himself. answered the riddle of the sphinx
Greek. Giant passionate hunter. accompanied by his dog. banished live in the sky. recognized constellation
Greek heroes. played the lyre so beautifully that beasts followed him. Performed miracles on the voyage of the Argonauts.
Greek. Half goat. shepherd of woods and pastures.
(Greek mythology) the first woman. unleashed terrible afflictions that spread to earth.
(Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter; queen of the Underworld. Associated with seasons of the year and regeneration. Roman counterpart: Proserpina
Roman goddess of the underworld
(Greek mythology) the son of Zeus who slew Medusa (with the help of Athena and Hermes) and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster
(Greek mythology) the god of the sea. Personification of water - god of vegetation and fecundity. Roman: Neptune
(Roman mythology) the god of the sea. Personification of water - god of vegetation and fecundity.
(Greek Mythology) half beast and half human deities of the wilderness and countryside; they accompanied Dionysus, the god of wine, by drinking, dancing, playing music, and chasing nymphs.
(Greek)Beautiful half-woman, half-birdlike creatures who sang such sweet songs that listeners forgot everything and died of hunger. The Sirens are sisters who lure sailors to their death.
(Greek mythology) a hero and king of Athens who was noted for his many great deeds: killed Procrustes and the Minotaur and defeated the Amazons and united Attica
(Greek mythology) The first divine race. Honored as ancestors of humans. Credited with the invention of arts and magic.
Greek Mythology. a son of Poseidon, represented as having the head and trunk of a man and the tail of a fish, and as using a conch-shell trumpet.
(Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans. God of the Sky. Omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent.
Norse god. So beautiful he shed radiance all around himself. wisest and favorite of gods
Norse goddess. Njord's daughter Frey's sister lived in the sky and received the dead warriors and assigned them seats in her banquet hall. First and supreme commander of the Valkyries
Norse god. Njord's son. Peaceful benevolent and mighty. had a powerful horse and a sword and a golden boar.
(Norse) Wife of Frey who win her hand by giving away his magic sword. Is commonly theorized to be a goddess associated with the earth; has inspired works of art and literature.
Norse god of light and guardians.
Norse god: The wife of Bragi, she is the Goddess of Eternal Youth.
Norse. The earth goddess. Thor's mother.
Norse God of inspiration.
Norse god of mischief and fire. Is viewed as a trickster figure.
Magni and Modi
(Norse) Thor's sons
(Norse) Thor's son god of strength
(Norse) Thor's son god of anger
Norse giant. Water demon who lives in the roots of Yggdrasil and guards the well of wisdom
(Norse mythology) God of Wind and sea. Associated with prosperity. Father of Frey and Freya
(Norse mythology) principal member of the Æsir associated with war, battle, victory and death, but also wisdom, Shamanism, magic, poetry, prophecy, and the hunt. Has many sons, the most famous of whom is the thunder god Thor.
(Norse mythology) A hero, not a god. Mortal descendant of Odin. Pulled a magical sword of a tree trunk in which Odin had placed it. Died willingly at Odin's insistence.
(Norse mythology) mythical Norse warrior. son of Sigmund inheritor of his sward. Hero who gains an accursed hoard of gold and was killed by Brynhild (aka Siegfried)
(Norse mythology) njords wife and daughter of a giant, Goddess of Ice (Winter, Vengeance)
(Norse mythology) God of Thunder and war. Rude, simple, noble. (aka Donan)
(Norse mythology) Sky god and god of governing battles. (aka Tyr)
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