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Greek Mythology Jeopardy. Greek Mythology Jeopardy. Greek Gods 100. Answer: The Greek God of War. Question: Who is Ares?. Greek Gods 200. Answer: The Greek God of the Underworld . Question: Who is Hades?. Greek Gods 300.

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greek gods 100

Greek Gods100

Answer: The Greek God of War.

Question: Who is Ares?

greek gods 200

Greek Gods200

Answer: The Greek God of the

Underworld.

Question: Who is Hades?

greek gods 300

Greek Gods300

Answer: This Greek God is the Chief God on Mount Olympus.

Question: Who is Zeus?

greek gods 400

Greek Gods400

Answer: The Greek God of the Ocean.

Question: Who is Poseidon?

greek gods 500

Greek Gods500

Answer:

The Greek God of intelligence, art, healing, and light.

Question: Who is Apollo?

greek goddesses 100

Greek Goddesses100

Answer: The Greek Goddess of love.

Question: Who is Aphrodite?

greek goddesses 200

Greek Goddesses200

Answer: The Greek Goddess of wisdom.

Question: Who is Athena?

greek goddesses 300

Greek Goddesses300

Answer: The Greek Goddess that holds the

highest rank on Mount Olympus.

Question: Who is Hera?

greek goddesses 400

Greek Goddesses400

Answer: The owl is an icon that is

often associated with this

Greek Goddess.

Question: Who is Athena?

greek goddesses 500

Greek Goddesses500

Answer:

The Greek Goddess of the Hunt.

Question: Who is Artemis?

titans 100

Titans100

Answer: The number of Titans in

Greek Mythology.

Question: What is twelve?

titans 200

Titans200

Answer: The mother of Zeus.

Question: Who is Rhea?

titans 300

Titans300

Answer: The Father of Zeus.

Question: Who is Cronus?

titans 400

Titans400

Answer: Location where Zeus bound the Titans after their defeat.

Question: What is Tartarus?

titans 500

Titans500

Answer: The Titan that kept her son from

being eaten by tricking the

father with stones.

Question: Who is Rhea?

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Creatures100

Answer: This creature is part man and

part goat.

Question: What is a Satyr?

creatures 200

Creatures200

Answer: The Centaur that trained

Hercules.

Question: Who is Chiron?

creatures 300

Creatures300

Answer: The one-eyed monster that

is the son of Poseidon.

Question: What is a Cyclops?

creatures 400

Creatures400

Answer: Three monsters that have the

ability to turn individuals into

stone.

Question: What is a Gorgon?

creatures 500

Creatures500

Answer: These monsters are also known

as “The Kindly Ones” and they

ensure the natural order of things.

Question: What are Furies or Eumenides?

the lightning thief 100

The Lightning Thief100

Answer: The father of Percy Jackson.

Question: Who is Poseidon?

the lightning thief 200

The Lightning Thief200

Answer: The God over Camp Half-Blood

Question: Who is Dionysus?

the lightning thief 300

The Lightning Thief300

Answer:

The Satyr that watches over Percy.

Question: Who is Grover?

the lightning thief 400

The Lightning Thief400

Answer: The monster that Percy, Grover,

and Percy’s mother met in route

to Camp Half Blood.

Question: What is the Minotaur?

the lightning thief 500

The Lightning Thief500

Answer: These mythical creatures were

knitting socks in The Lightning

Thief.

Question: Who are the Fates?

greek gods 4001

Greek Gods400

Answer: The Greek God that created the horse and all “horse like” creatures.

Question: Who is Poseidon?

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