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Quiz Updated Feb 13, 2016

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Clues Names of Moons % Correct
Zeus turned her into a heifer to try to hide her from Hera... it didn't workIo
67.6%
The Roman god whose arrows always pierce the heartCupid
66.7%
The ferryman of the underworld- that is, if you have the money to pay for your passageCharon
60%
The granddaughter of Cronus whose face launched a thousand shipsHelene (Helen of Troy)
58.9%
The goddess of spring and Queen of the UnderworldKore (maiden)
56.6%
An eagle tore apart his liver everyday and it grew back every night to be devoured again the next dayPrometheus (Forethought)
51.7%
The personification of horror, from whose name is derived the English word for 'morbid fear'Phobos (Fear)
51.1%
Zeus kidnapped this Trojan prince and made him a cup-bearer to the gods Ganymede
49.8%
He was the god of gates, doorways, beginnings and endings, and the first month of the year is named after himJanus
49.7%
The nine-headed beast who some think was the guardian of the entrance to the UnderworldHydra
48.6%
The girl who Zeus, in the form of a bull, bore across the ocean to CreteEuropa
48.1%
A son of Ares and Aphrodite, he is the personification of terrorDeimos (Dread)
44.1%
This son of Hermes was always in love with one nymph or another, but they all rejected him because of his uglinessPan
44.1%
The son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, he is the messenger and trumpeter of the seaTriton
42.6%
The Titan who was tricked by Heracles into getting the Apples of Hesperides for himAtlas
39.4%
I'm pretty sure that the gods were mistaken when they thought that she was a good punishment for menPandora (The Gift of All)
38.7%
Clues Names of Moons % Correct
This mischievous fairy from Celtic mythology gives Bottom the head of a donkeyPuck
37.4%
She kept Odysseus prisoner on Ogygia for ten yearsCalypso
32.1%
The unfortunate mother and wife of OedipusIocastê (Jocasta)
29.2%
Hera turned her into a bear when she saw that Zeus had loved herCallisto
26.9%
The Goddess of Night who, some say, is the mother of the FatesNix (Nyx)
26.7%
Zeus visited her in the guise of a swanLeda
26.5%
The perfect example of 'think before you act,' his name means 'afterthought' or 'hindsight'Epimetheus
17.1%
A nymph whose essence is bound to a source of fresh waterNaiad
15.8%
Poseidon caused her to fall madly in love with a bull who fathered her son the MinotaurPasiphaë
11.1%
You may get an answer out of this 'Old Man of the Sea' if you can hold on to him Proteus
10.1%
The ancestor of the Jötuns (giants) in Norse mythologyYmir
8.8%
Polyphemus killed her boyfriend out of jealousyGalatea
7.4%
The wolf that chases the chariot of the sun in Norse mythologySköll (Treachery)
6.2%
The Norse god of the sea, known for his great partiesÆgir
4.7%
The wolf that chases the chariot of the moon across the night sky in Norse mythologyHati (Enemy)
4.1%
The human daughter of Demeter and Poseidon in horse formDespina
4.1%

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