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?"
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...
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).
Can You Pass Our Greek Mythology Quiz?
For others, they are simply rustic fables elevated and elaborated by the genius of Greek poets. Regardless, the myths of ancient Greece are among the most fascinating stories in all human history. Do you know your Perseus from your Achilles? Let’s put you to the test!
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.
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.
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.
Where Did These English Words Come From?
Latin Finnish Greek Hindi From what language does this English word originate from? From the Greek word 'Sarkazein' - to cut off flesh. Latin Old French Germanic Greek From what language does this English word originate from? From the French word for a workman's smock.
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.
Are These Facts, Legends or Myths?
In Greek mythology, the Trojan war was waged on the city of Troy after Paris took Helen from the King of Sparta. Odysseus devised a plan that the Trojan horse was a gift, and entered the spartan walls and destroyed the city as it was filled with 100 soldiers.
Can You Answer 15 Mythological Questions?
In Greek Mythology, what creature has snakes for hair? Medusa The Minotaur The Hydra Aphrodite What Creature is half man and half bull? The Minotaur The Naga The Hydra A Griffin In Greek Mythology, what is the name of the Three-headed dog guarding the entrance to Hades?
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 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 Speak All of the Languages of Love?
Italian French Spanish Portuguese Je t'aime: French Dutch Spanish Russian Aishite imasu: Japanese Mandarin Taiwanese Hindi Nakupenda: Swahili Greek Cantonese Korean Ich liebe dich: German Russian Farsi Afrikaans Eu te amo: Portuguese Turkish Spanish Italian Miluji te: Czech Arabic French Maltese Volim
Can You Solve 15 General Knowledge Questions?
16 9 12 15 According to Greek mythology who was the first woman on earth? Lilith Pandora Eve Janet The groundnut is better known as....? Pine nut Peanut King Nut Walnut How many letters are there in the GERMAN alphabet? 26 27 20 30 What is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men?
Know You These Myths and Folk Tales?
The Ancient Greek word "lethe" means forgetfulness, and it's from there that "lethargy" derives Acheron Lethe Phlegethon Styx Traditionally, what is Robin Hood’s proper surname?
Can You Identify the Language From a Lone Sentence?
Greek Thai Hindi Russian Choose the language you think the sentence is in. Latin Italian French Portuguese Choose the language you think the sentence is in. Hindi Thai Vietnamese Greek Last Question: What is the sentence written in all the previous questions when translated to English?
Which Language IS IT?
Latin Greek Spanish Portguese Which language is this? French Italian Bulgarian Spanish Which language is this? Polish Czech Finnish Estonian Which language is this? German Dutch Bulgarian Swedish Which language is this? Spanish Portuguese Italian French Which language is this?
Can You Ace Our Foreign Words Test?
Greek: Everything is fine Italian: Harmony Portuguese: Woman Spanish: Beautiful What does this phrase mean, and in what language? Arabic: Good night Hebrew: Good night Turkish: Good afternoon Persian: Good morning What does this word mean, and in what language?
Alerting All Brainiacs...
Bob Dylan Bob Dole Bob Woodward Bob Marley In Greek mythology, which son of Zeus was the messenger of the gods? Hermes Dionysus Hercules Perseus Calabria, Liguria, Puglia and Veneto are all...
Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
Fondue Raclette Truffade Flamiche What kind of bread is used in a Greek gyro? Pita Bread Banana Bread Rye Bread Brioche Care to Try Again? Either you're just not focused today, or we managed to trip you! But not to worry, we have dozens more quizzes for you to try!
The Great CHRISTMAS Quiz!
The ‘X’ in the word Xmas comes from the ancient Greek language. In Greek, Christ begins with the letter X. So, Xmas simply means Christmas. 1920s 16th century 18th century 9th century When was Rudolph added to the other eight magical reindeer?
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.