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Row 1, Col 1 The youngest Titan who overthrew this father Who was Cronus?
1,2 He was intensely jealous and hated his offspring and kept them chained within Gaea’s enormous mass. Who was Ouranos?
1,3 They were also known as the “Hundred Hands” Who were the Hecatonchires
1,4 They were little woodland creatures born from the blood droplets of Ouranos Who were the nymphs?
2,1 The goddess of love and beauty born from the blood droplets of Ouranos and where was she born Who was Aprhodite and where is Cyprus/Cypress?
2,2 The Muses were often attended in song and dance by this god. Who is Apollo?
2,3 He said there were three generations of gods. Who was Hesiod?
2,4 She was born from the blood of Ouranos and from the foam of the sea Who was Aphrodite?
3,1 One of the types of beings born from the blood droplets of Ouranos whose name means “rage” Who were the Furies?
3,2 The Roman author who described the Golden Age Who was Ovid?
3,3 The parents of the Cyclopes, monsters, and titans Who were Gaea and Ouranos?
3,4 The god of the Golden Age Who was Cronus?
4,1 Her name means “memory” Who is Mnemosyne?
4,2 Hesiod wrote this song/poem which tells the Greek version of the creation of the world What is “Theogony”?
4,3 Gaea gave birth to this original “sky god” to be her equal and to provide a home for the gods What was Ouranos?
4,4 These four were the second generation of gods Who were the Giants, Cyclopes, Hecatonchires, and Titans?
5,1 The Greek writers Hesiod and Homer and the Roman writer Vergil opened their literary works with this poetic device Who is an Invocation to the Muse(s)?
5,2 The five “forces” that made up the first generation of gods Who were Chaos, Gaea, Tartarus, Eros, and Night?
5,3 Cronus defeated his father in this giant battle, sometimes called the Clash of the Giants. Who was the Gigantanomachy?
5,4 Cronus injured his father with this farm implement? What is a sickle?
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