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Can you name Greek Mythology's greatest heroes, villains, and gods?
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Created the Labyrinth.
King of the gods: God of the sky and thunder.
Killed Medusa and married Andromeda.
Goddess of the hunt.
Cursed to stand in a pool of water under a tree without eating or drinking.
Led the Argonauts: Would have married Medea.
Wife of Zeus and Queen of the Olympians.
Goddess of Revenge.
Died by staring at his reflection.
Son of Daedlus: Fell into the sea.
Played beautiful music and went to the underworld to take his wife back.
Saw Artemis nude.
Goddess of wisdom: patron god of Athens.
Invulnerable man dipped in the Styx: Fought in the Trojan war.
Hero who married Helen of Troy and started the Trojan War.
God of light and archery: brother of Artemis.
King who was forced to roll a boulder up a hill for all eternity.
King of Crete who chased Daedlus.
Goddess of Victory.
Invented the Trojan Horse and took ten years to sail back home.
King of Troy during the Trojan War.
Mother of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter, Hera, and Hestia.
Son of Zeus: Performed twelve labors.
Female who competed in the Calydonian boar hunt and was part of the Agronauts.
Queen of the Amazons who fought in Trojan War.
Winged messenger of the gods.
Titan who was the husband of Rhea.
Cursed to only echo other people's words.
Founder of the city of Thebes.
Sister of Penthesilea, who killed this female.
Tamed Pegasus and slew Chimera.
Navigated the Labyrinth and slew the Minotaur.
God of the Underworld.
God of Nature and son of Hermes.
Titan who was forced to hold up the sky.
Woman who opened a box/jar containing humanity's fears and sins.
Man bounded to a wheel of fire for trying to rape Hera.
Group of women forced to carry jars of water with holes in the bottom for eternity.
God of fire and Blacksmiths
Would-be wife of Jason: Famous for witchcraft.
God of Wine: Replaced Hestia on Mount Olympus.
Female transformed into a cow, and cursed to be forever bitten by gadflies.
Wife of Hades: Daughter of Demeter.
Son of Aphrodite: Also known as Cupid.
God of the Seas and Earthquakes.
Cousin of Bellerophon who could listen to animals.
God of War.
Hero who led the Calydonian Boar Hunt.
Titan who was bound to a rock where a vulture would eat his liver every day.
Goddess of Love.
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