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Row 1, Col 1 He was the father of the second generation of gods. Who was Cronus?
1,2 Four symbols that represent the power of Zeus What are the thunderbolt, eagle, aegis, and oak tree?
1,3 The six children of Cronus and Rhea Who are Hera, Hestia, Demeter, Poseidon, Hades, and Zeus?
1,4 The children of Cronus and Rhea were known by this name Who were the Olympian gods?
2,1 The father of Cronus who experienced the same fate as his son Who was Ouranos?
2,2 The mother of Athena and Zeus first wife Who is Metis?
2,3 The place where Zeus put Cronus and this allies after their defeat What is Tartarus?
2,4 The titan who helped Zeus Who is Prometheus?
3,1 Prometheus gave this to mankind What is fire?
3,2 An eagle or vulture ate his liver everyday only to have it grow back overnight so that he might experience the same fate the next day. What was the punishment of Prometheus?
3,3 Zeus and the Olympian gods heaped these on the giants to subdue them What are volcanoes/mountains?
3,4 Prometheus taught mankind how to keep the best of this for himself. What are sacrifices?
4,1 Cronus and the giants vs. Zeus and the Olympian gods What is the Titantomachy?
4,2 horn of plenty What is a cornucopia?
4,3 The goat who nursed Zeus from her magical horns Who was Amalthea?
4,4 Rhea hid Zeus on this island What is Crete?
5,1 Prometheus strengthened mankinds emotional confidence this way What is took away his ability to know the future?
5,2 The stone sacred to the Greeks was here; the Greeks thought of this place as the center of the universe. Where is Delphi?
5,3 The Greek playwright who told the story of Prometheus. Who was Aeschylus?
5,4 Winged creatures who banged their shields together to prevent Cronus from hearing the cries of baby Zeus What are the Curetes?
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