Ancient Greek mythology is bursting at the seams with fantastic stories of the gods and their heroes! Do you think you’re able to distinguish Hades from Helios, and Athena from Aphrodite? Then take this test and find out!
Who was the god of fire?
Who was the god of war?
Who was the god of wine?
Who was the goddess of love?
Who was the goddess of the snow?
Who was the god of the night?
Who was the god of the sky?
Zeus - the god of all gods!
Who was the god of home?
Who was the goddess of marriage?
Hera - wife of Zeus and queen of the gods!
Who was the god of music?
It's All Greek to You
Oh dear! Your results have angered the gods, and they have sent you back to history class to atone for your result! But don’t worry, Greek history is a wonderful subject to rediscover. There’s just so much variety to it, including mythology, philosophy, warfare, literature, music, and so much more! We promise you’ll have a wonderful time, and strongly believe that the next time you take this test, you’ll absolutely ace it! As Aristotle once said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”
The Ancient Greeks had an absolutely enormous impact on culture and ideology in the Western world. Their philosophical and political ideas had a particularly strong influence on the formation of the Roman Empire, which in turn carried many parts of it over to the Mediterranean Basin, and ultimately the rest of Europe. But, of course, you already know that, since your remarkable result shows that you have what it takes to be one of this century's finest scholars of ancient history and mythology! Socrates himself would be very proud of you, since he once said, “There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance.”
One of the Gods
Congratulations! Your result is absolutely outstanding! Your extensive knowledge of Ancient Greece rivals that of the gods themselves! If only you were alive a few thousand years earlier, Socrates, Aristotle, and the other great philosophers could have learned so much from you! Generals from all over Athens would have flocked towards you, asking for you to bestow some tactical wisdom upon them. The Spartans wouldn’t have stood a chance! Plato himself would have had your great wisdom in mind when he said “Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.”