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Hellenic Polytheistic Reconstructionism: Quiz


Question 1: Worship of the ________ is frequently incorporated into the practice of Neopagan religions; it is not termed 'reconstructionist' as it does not intend to specifically revive ancient practice.
TheogonyZeusGreek mythologyList of Greek mythological figures

Question 2: Another Greek organization, ________ (Δωδεκάθεον, Dōdekátheon, Of the Twelve Gods),[5] uses the term ἑλληνικὴ θρησκεία (hellēnikē thrēskeîa, translated as "Hellenic religion").
Greek mythologyTwelve OlympiansHeraApollo

Question 3: Its use to refer to modern revivalist Hellenic polytheism was popularized by Andrew Campbell, the author of ________.
ApolloHellenic Polytheistic ReconstructionismEleusinian MysteriesGreek mythology

Question 4: In modern terms, the ancient Greeks had nothing which could be called a systematized ________.

Question 5: Professor Giorgos Dontas, president of the Archaeological Society of Athens expressed public outrage at the destruction of ancient archaeological sites around the ________ and Acropolis in preparation for the Games.
Greek templeParthenonAncient GreeceGreece

Question 6: Julian also attempted to organize Greek and Hellenistic cults into a hierarchy resembling that which ________ already possessed.
EcumenismChristian denominationBaptistChristianity

Question 7: The most widespread public act of worship in ancient Greece was ________, whether of grain or the blood sacrifice of animals.
Human sacrificeChristianitySacrificeJesus

Question 8: The Delphic Maxims, Tenets of Solon, the Golden Verses of Pythagoras, or even Aristotle's ________ each function as complete moral codes that a Hellenic Polytheist may observe.
Deontological ethicsEthicsConscienceUtilitarianism

Question 9: The term's use in religion stems from a systemization of Greek Religion done by the ________ Julian.
Western Roman EmpireRoman EmpireByzantine EmpireRoman Emperor

Question 10: Emperor ________ issued edicts outlawing many forms of Hellenistic worship at the close of the 4th century.
Constantine IValentinian IITheodosius IDiocletian


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