QUIZ: The Ultimate Mythology Test
From Zeus to Odin, from Thor to Ares, the old gods and mythologies still exist in stories, poems and now - in this quiz! Can you pass this gosh-darned challenging quiz about the pantheons of mythology? Let's see how good you are with myths and legends then.
Can You Pass Our Mythology Quiz?
Erebus (Darkness), Ouranos (Sky), & Aether (Light) Chronos (Time), Ananke (Necessity), & Hemera (Day) Try Again Show my mistakes Share Result Try Again Show my mistakes Share Result Try Again Show my mistakes Share Result 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Take Our Quiz: Are You a Greek Mythology
QUIZ: 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?
Macedonian 3D Artist Puts a Modern Twist on Mythology
As an avid lover of mythology, to take his native Slavic deities and monsters and create models of them in the style of Greek and Roman art. It didn’t stop there, as he wondered how he can reimagine the figures of Greek myth with a clever and often modern twist to them.
These Gripping Tales From Norse Mythology Will Shock You!
The earliest stories of Norse Mythology, the religion originally practiced by the Vikings , were depicted on jewelry, articles of clothing and even weapons, or passed on by word-of-mouth.
Horses Are the Best Inspiration for Mythological Creatures
Pegasus, the Winged Horse from Greek Mythology (By Mary Hamilton Frye, Wikimedia Commons ) 6. Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Odin in Norse Mythology (By W.G. Collingwood, Wikimedia Commons ) 7. Chollima, the thousand-mile horse in East Asian Mythology (By Nicor, Wikimedia Commons ) 8.
Love Mythology? You'll Love These Informative Animations!
Mythology still holds a firm place in academic curricula. In fact, you must have noticed how myths and legends from all over the world make for some of the best movies, books, and works of art. They are also great bedtime stories for kids.
Stunning Pictures Depicting the Stories of Greek Mythology
Greek mythology has always played a highly influential role in the development of culture and art. Greek mythological stories have served as the basis for numerous books, films, and other forms of media and entertainment.
These Mythological Creatures Have Real World Doppelgangers
The Monoceros (Unicorn) ( Wikimedia Commons ) The Monoceros is a mythological beast, found in Greek mythology and closely related in resemblance to the Unicorn, another legend in its own right.
QUIZ: Which Famous Personality is Your Mythological Lover?
What kind of lover would you be if you were in one of the most famous love stories of history and mythology? Take our quiz to find out... Which of these do you consider most romantic?
Greek Mythology: Six Mind Blowing, Ancient Tales...
The stories of Greek Mythology were the heart and soul of the people of Ancient Greece, and played a huge role in determining how the people lived their lives. The first written tales in Greek Mythology were actually written well after the stories were first told.
5 Love Stories That Could Only Come From Greek Mythology
Greek mythology is one of the greatest sources for stories known to man. It can fill our lives with epic tales of heroics , fascinating fables of creation , ballads of life and death, and folklore of comedy and tragedy.
Can You Ace this Tricky Quiz about Myths and Folk Tales?
Can you ace this quiz about mythology and folklore? 1. In the Norse mythology, who is the hammer-wielding god of thunder? Balder Odin Thor Zeus 2. The waters of which subterranean river cause forgetfulness?
Quiz: Can You Identify Roman Gods By Their Greek Names?
Philosophy, natural sciences, literature, and even mythology - were all very developed in Greece early on. So it is little surprise that when the Romans came into power they used a lot of the knowledge first discovered by the Greeks, including a large part of their mythology.
Feast Your Eyes on Titian's 10 Most Epic Masterpieces
As a painter, he was extremely versatile, and his body of work includes portraits, scenes from mythology and religion, as well as breathtaking natural landscapes.
Do You Know the Greek Pantheon? Take Our Test!
interactive, quiz, religion, test, Greek, trivia, mythology, gods Trivia: How Well Do You Know Greek mythology?
When You Look to the Sky at Night, Look For These Figures
Cassiopeia is a common figure in Greek mythology , known for her beauty and vanity. She was the mother of Andromeda (another fair lady from Greek Mythology who has graced the star).
Quiz: 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?
Learn All About Herodotus, the Father of History
Herodotus, however, wasn't at all happy with this system, so he decided to devise a better one, and here's exactly what happened: Herodotus - The Father of History video, history, youtube, baba recommends, mythology, gods, Ancient Greece, Zeus, Herodotus Learn all about Herodotus, and how he came to
When Gods Love Mortals, Only Doom Can Follow...
The Irish Tale of how the Goddess Morrigan Fell in Love video, love, war, animation, romance, tragedy, Ireland, Gaelic, pagan, mythology, legends, Morrigan Once, the Irish goddess Morrigan walked the Earth in human form and met a handsome warrior...
Fact or Fiction: Uncovering the Legend of Robin Hood
video, history, educational, youtube, myths, england, mythology, legends, Robin Hood Follow Tony Robinson into Sherwood Forest and prepare to uncover Robin Hood's true identity once and for all.
These Paintings Show Us the Oldest Stories Ever Written
The Entrance of the Wooden Horse into Troy (By Gillis van Valckenborch, Wikimedia Commons ) This picture marks a momentous event in the Illiad , and Greek mythology itself.
Why Do the Days of the Week Have Such Strange Names?
The Meaning Behind the Days of the Week and Their Names history, interesting, calendar, Rome, origins, mythology, Norse gods, week, days, etymology Why do the days of the week have names? Who are they named after?
This Man Spent 20 Years Building This Incredible Statue
Incredible Miniature Paris Stefan Bleekrode, an Artist Who Draws from Memory Rice Straw Is Used to Create These Sculptures This Unbelievable Dollhouse Costs $8.5 Million An Indian Artist Has Made the World's Tallest Bird Statue travel, birds, sculpture, architecture, tallest building, sculptures, figures, mythology