Mythology Trivia Game (1)
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For her lack of piety toward the gods, Arachne the Weaver was turned into this.
Satyrs, the ugly gods of the woodlands, were half human, half __________.
Anyone who locked eyes with the Gorgon Medusa did this.
She is the Greek goddess of the moon.
This Norse god had the Valkyrie as his handmaidens.
This is the Norse god of fertility, sun and rain. A day of the week is named after him.
He is the Egyptian sun god.
He escaped the Labyrinth with wings made from feathers and wax, then flew too close to the sun and fell into the sea.
He is the Roman god of fire and metalworking.
This month is named for the Roman god of war.
The souls of the dead were ferried across the Styx by this Greek deity.
These hoofed demigods of woods and fields; companions of Dionysus.
This Greek God of war was the son of Zeus and Hera. His Roman equivalent was Mars.
This beautiful Greek youth/god was loved by Aphrodite.
This drunken feast is held in honor of the Greek god of wine.
The hall of Odin into which the souls of heroes slain in battle and others who have died bravely are received.
In Greek mythology, she was the sea nymph who detained Odysseus for seven years.
This mountain in Greece is the mythological home of the muses of poetry and music.
According to legend, she was the first woman who opened the box of all the evils in the world.
These female spirits lived in forests, bodies of water and other outdoor places.
She was the Greek goddess of vengeance.
This Titan stole fire from the gods and gave it to humans.
Using his shield as a mirror, he cut off the Gorgon Medusa's head.
This mythical bird burned itself to death, then emerged from the ashes.
Bellerophon tamed this winged horse with a bridle given to him by Athena.