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10 Point Question Who is the god of the under world? Hades Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Who is the goddess of wisdom? Athena Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Who is the messenger of the gods? Hermes Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Who is the goddess of hearth and home? Hestia Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Who is Demeter’s daughter? Persephone Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Who is Zeus’s quick witted son? Hermes Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Who is Persephone’s husband? Hades Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Who was Poseidon’s giant, modest son? Orion Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Who had a magic girdle? Aphrodite Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Who is symbolized by a hearth? Hestia Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Who has a golden hat with wings, winged sandles and a cape to hide tricks? Hermes Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Who has a golden war helmet and chariot? Ares Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Who is considered wise? Athena Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Who can be moody and violent (may shake his trident)? Poseidon Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Who always wants to remain youthful and never marry? Artemis Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Which god or goddess is know to be reasonable? Apollo Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question No one can return from the dead because of this god’s three headed dog. Hades Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question This god’s thunderbolt caused the bed of the river Inachos to be dry. Zeus Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question How did Hermes kill Argus? He was bored to death Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question What did Apollo fight to win the oracle of Delphi? Python Back to the Game Board
What two god/goddesses sat next to Zeus at Mount Olympus? Hera and Poseidon
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