Apollo: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: ________, Dialogues of the Gods 14 (170 CE)
HomerPlatoDemosthenesLucian

Question 2:
Who of the following was a child of Apollo?
2 children
Asclepius, Troilus, Aristaeus.
Hayden Benge
Tiffany Thelma Harper

Question 3: The Pythian Games were held in Apollo's honor every four years at ________.
AthensDelphiOlympia, GreeceEpidaurus

Question 4: A title given to Apollo at a shrine in ________.
WiltshireCornwallBristolSwindon (borough)

Question 5: In literary contexts, Apollo represents harmony, order, and reason—characteristics contrasted with those of ________, god of wine, who represents ecstasy and disorder.
Greek mythologyTrojan WarHeraDionysus

Question 6: [15] During the ________ in 212 BC, the Ludi Apollinares ("Apollonian Games") were instituted in his honor, on the instructions of a prophecy attributed to one Marcius.
Roman RepublicSecond Punic WarPunic WarsThird Punic War

Question 7: Hermes ran to ________, where Apollo was grazing his cattle.
LarissaAthensGreeceThessaly

Question 8: Other attributes of his included the kithara (an advanced version of the common ________), the plectrum and the sword.
KemencheHarpLyreByzantine lyra

Question 9: With Hecuba, wife of King Priam of Troy, Apollo had a son named ________.
Trojan WarAchillesTroilusGreek mythology

Question 10: In Greek and ________, Apollo (in Greek, ἈπόλλωνApóllōn or ἈπέλλωνApellōn), is one of the most important and diverse of the Olympian deities.
Roman mythologyAncient RomeRoman festivalsPontifex Maximus
















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