Which Greek God Are You?
The Greek gods often represent sides of humanity, sides of us. This quiz will attempt to test your mettle and see what kind of person you are, and what kind of Greek god most symbolizes you. Answer and take your place on Olympos...
How Well Do You Know the Greek Gods?
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?
Can You Sort Out These Greek Roots?
So it is of little surprise that Greek also plays its fair share. Do you know what these Greek roots in English originally meant? Choose the Greek root for the English words we ask about in this quiz. Which of these Greek roots means "Star?"
Can You Pass Our Greek Mythology Quiz?
Who reigned as king of the gods at Mount Olympus? Zeus Hades Poseidon Cronos Depositphotos Which Greek hero's name is now synonymous with a 'sole' weakness? Achilles Perseus Hercules Ares What relationship does Zeus have with Poseidon, Hades, and Hera?
Which Ancient Greek Archtype Are You?
The ancient Greeks believed humans had four fundamental personality types: Sanguine (enthusiastic, active, and social), choleric (short-tempered, fast, or irritable), melancholic (analytical, wise, and quiet), and phlegmatic (relaxed and peaceful).
This Ancient Greek Test Reveals Your Hidden Nature
The Ancient Greeks believed that there were four main personality traits: sanguine, choleric, phlegmatic and melancholic. These four temperaments greatly influence who we are, what we do and why we do it.
Find Out Who You Really Are According to the Greeks.
The ancient Greeks believed that humans have four main personality types: optimistic, impatient, calm and analytical. According to them, these personality types have a great influence on who we are, how we act, and how we make our decisions.
Can We Test Your Knowledge of Ancient Greece?
The Athenians The Spartans The Corinthians The Argosians Slaves were a huge part of the Ancient Greek society True False The word "School" means what in ancient Greek? The word school actually meant "free time", which is quite the opposite of how it is used today.
Can You Answer 15 Mythological Questions?
This fun quiz has 15 questions to ask about the gods and monsters of mythology. Are you up for it? In Greek Mythology, what creature has snakes for hair? Medusa The Minotaur The Hydra Aphrodite What Creature is half man and half bull?
How Much Do You Know About Norse Mythology?
The old Norse religion is something reminiscent of the Greek mythology - Big, strong warrior gods with human personalities and a range of skills and personal histories. Even today, some in Denmark and Sweden still worship these same gods.
How much do you know about their basic tenets, gods and holidays? Adab is the code of behaviour governing which religion? Islam Christianity Judaism Hinduism Aisha is the wife of which religious figure? Mohammed Job Buddha Abraham Hephaestus was the Greek God of what?
The Ultimate New Testament Brain Teasers
The gospels were written in Koine (common) Greek, which was the international language of much of Europe and Asia since the time of Alexander the Great. It is unknown whether Jesus spoke Greek at all, but many of his time did, and has mother even had a Greek name, Mary.
Know You These Myths and Folk Tales?
In the Norse mythology, who is the hammer-wielding god of thunder? Balder Odin Thor Zeus The waters of which subterranean river cause forgetfulness?
Determinism Existenalism Nihilism Marxism Thomas Aquinas’s cosmological arguments argue for… The existence of God Hedonism The location of the Garden of Eden Kindness between all people Philosophy comes from the Greek 'philosophia', meaning what?
How Much Do You Know About Ancient Egypt?
Who is the Egyptian god of the afterlife, who has the head of a jackal? Anubis is the Egyptian god of mummification and the afterlife as well as the patron god of lost souls and the helpless Anubis Amon-Ra Seth Horus What was the title of the ruler of Ancient Egypt?
How Well Do You Know the Secrets of the Bible?
Hebrew Greek Aramaic Egyptian flickr/rejik Which biblical hero was born first? Abraham, followed by his son Isaac, and Isaac's son Jacob, are considered the 3 patriarchs of Israel. Abraham Joseph Jacob Joshua Which son of David rebelled against his father and declared himself king?
What Do You Know About the Sun?
Solar wind Sun spots Granules Eclipse What did the Greeks call the sun? Ancient Greek religion personified the Sun as the male deity Helios. The Greeks depicted their Sun god Helios being hauled in a horse-drawn chariot from east to west across the sky.
Can You Finish This Trivia Marathon?
South Korea Japan China Sweden Who said: "God does not play dice with the universe."? He said it regarding the peculiarities of quantum theory Albert Einstein Martin Luther John Locke Baruch Spinoza Which Scandinavian country is the most populated? Sweden with 10.3 million people.
Discover What Kind of Karma Is Affecting Your Life...
Choose a Greek deity you most identify with. https://goo.gl/RdUYbX Ares, god of war https://goo.gl/Q5bb7s Hades, god of the dead https://goo.gl/FBtAkF Hermes, god of travel https://goo.gl/JUHvtW Zeus, king of the gods https://goo.gl/8KAh62 Apollo, god of the sun Aphrodite, deity of love https://goo.gl
Are You Game For Some Trivia?
A raven An albatross A seagull An eagle Which of these is NOT a Greek god? Balder is a Norse god Balder Artemis Demeter Hephaestus Which of these is NOT a type of sugar? Balder is a Norse god Glucose Fructose Gluten Lactose How many tablets of commandments did Moses create?
Which Ancient Symbol is Yours?
It is believed to have originated in Ancient Egypt but passed to Western civilization from the Greeks. This symbol is of a snake (sometimes a dragon) swallowing its tail. In many cultures, this symbol is about divinity and the eternal, as the form represents a never-ending circle or cycle.
Is it All Ancient History to You?
Carthage was destroyed by Rome in 146 B.C. as was the Greek city state of Corinth. Carthage Thebes Alexandria Cairo Troy was an ancient city in Asia Minor. Which modern country corresponds with ancient Asia Minor?
What Do You Know About Medieval Times?
Who is credited with preserving many of the ancient Greek literary classics during the Dark Ages? Monks in monasteries University scholars The royal houses of Europe The noble class What happened to the European Jews of the Middle Ages?
How Well Do You Know the Old Testament?