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Mythology and Folklore

Uncover the enchanting realm of myths and folklore as you answer questions about gods, heroes, and magical creatures from various cultures.

Mythology and Folklore

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  • Q: Who was the king of the Greek gods?
    A: Zeus.

  • Q: In Norse mythology, who wielded the hammer Mjolnir?
    A: Thor.

  • Q: Which hero is known for his twelve labors in Greek mythology?
    A: Hercules.

  • Q: Who is the Roman goddess of love and beauty?
    A: Venus.

  • Q: In Egyptian mythology, who is the god of the dead?
    A: Osiris.

  • Q: What is the name of the one-eyed giants in Greek mythology?
    A: Cyclopes.

  • Q: Who is the Greek goddess of wisdom?
    A: Athena.

  • Q: In Hindu mythology, who is the god of destruction and regeneration?
    A: Shiva.

  • Q: What animal is associated with the Norse god Loki?
    A: Serpent (or snake).

  • Q: Who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Zeus?
    A: Jupiter.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the god of the sea?
    A: Poseidon.

  • Q: Who is the queen of the Underworld in Greek mythology?
    A: Persephone.

  • Q: Which legendary creature is half-man and half-horse?
    A: Centaur.

  • Q: In Japanese mythology, what is a Kitsune known for?
    A: Being a fox spirit.

  • Q: Who is the Norse god of thunder?
    A: Thor.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the messenger of the gods?
    A: Hermes.

  • Q: What is the home of the Greek gods called?
    A: Mount Olympus.

  • Q: Who is the Roman god of war?
    A: Mars.

  • Q: In Celtic mythology, who is the powerful magician and prophet?
    A: Merlin.

  • Q: Who is the Greek goddess of the hunt?
    A: Artemis.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the mother of Persephone?
    A: Demeter.

  • Q: Which creature in Greek mythology has the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent?
    A: Chimera.

  • Q: Who is the Norse goddess of love and fertility?
    A: Freyja.

  • Q: In Hindu mythology, who is the god of fire?
    A: Agni.

  • Q: What is the name of King Arthur's sword?
    A: Excalibur.

  • Q: Who are the three Fates in Greek mythology?
    A: Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos.

  • Q: In Slavic mythology, who is the god of thunder?
    A: Perun.

  • Q: What is the name of the winged horse in Greek mythology?
    A: Pegasus.

  • Q: Who is the Egyptian goddess of magic and motherhood?
    A: Isis.

  • Q: What tree is sacred in Norse mythology?
    A: Yggdrasil.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the god of wine?
    A: Dionysus.

  • Q: Who is the Roman goddess of the hearth?
    A: Vesta.

  • Q: Which creature in Greek mythology is part lion, part goat, and part serpent?
    A: Chimera.

  • Q: In Aztec mythology, who is the feathered serpent god?
    A: Quetzalcoatl.

  • Q: Who is the Greek goddess of the moon?
    A: Selene.

  • Q: In Hindu mythology, who is the preserver god in the Trimurti?
    A: Vishnu.

  • Q: What is the Japanese sun goddess's name?
    A: Amaterasu.

  • Q: Who is the Norse goddess associated with love and beauty?
    A: Freyja.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the god of dreams?
    A: Morpheus.

  • Q: What is the name of the underworld in Norse mythology?
    A: Hel.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the first king of Athens?
    A: Cecrops.

  • Q: Who is the Slavic god of the underworld?
    A: Veles.

  • Q: In Hindu mythology, who is the goddess of learning and the arts?
    A: Saraswati.

  • Q: What is the name of the fire giant who battles Thor during Ragnarok in Norse mythology?
    A: Surtr.

  • Q: Who is the Roman goddess of the dawn?
    A: Aurora.

  • Q: In Egyptian mythology, who is the god with the head of an ibis?
    A: Thoth.

  • Q: What is the name of the three-headed dog guarding the entrance to the Greek underworld?
    A: Cerberus.

  • Q: Who is the Aztec god of rain and agriculture?
    A: Tlaloc.

  • Q: In Greek mythology, who is the titaness of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky?
    A: Theia.

  • Q: Who is the Norse god associated with poetry, wisdom, and the hunt?
    A: Odin.

  • Q: In Celtic mythology, who is the god associated with the underworld and known as the 'Lord of the Wild Things'?
    A: Cernunnos.

  • Q: Who is the Greek god of the west wind?
    A: Zephyrus.

  • Q: In Japanese mythology, who is the dragon king of the sea?
    A: Ryūjin.

  • Q: What is the name of the legendary king who turned everything he touched into gold?
    A: Midas.

  • Q: Who is the Egyptian goddess often depicted as a cow goddess?
    A: Hathor.

  • Q: In Hindu mythology, who is the goddess of wealth and prosperity?
    A: Lakshmi.

  • Q: What is the name of the magical sword of Sigurd in Norse mythology?
    A: Gram.

  • Q: Who is the Greek titan of memory?
    A: Mnemosyne.

  • Q: In Mayan mythology, who is the principal bird deity, often associated with the sun?
    A: Kukulkan.

  • Q: What is the name of the primordial void in Greek mythology, from which everything was created?
    A: Chaos.

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