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Paris (mythology): Quiz


Question 1: Though Paris was indeed born before nightfall, he was spared by Priam; Hecuba, too, was unable to kill the child, despite the urging of the priestess of ________, one Herophile.
ApolloHeraArtemisGreek mythology

Question 2: In celebration of the marriage of Peleus and Thetis, Lord Zeus, father of the ________, hosted a banquet on Mount Olympus.
Greek mythologyApolloTwelve OlympiansHera

Question 3: The song "The Third Temptation of Paris" by ________ tells the story of Helen and Paris from the viewpoint of Paris.
AlesanaAsking AlexandriaWhere Myth Fades to LegendA Skylit Drive

Question 4: The herdsman, unable to use a weapon against the infant, left him exposed on Mount Ida, hoping he would perish there (cf: ________); he was, however, suckled by a she-bear.
Trojan WarGreek mythologyApolloOedipus

Question 5: Tradition holds that Paris killed ________ later in the war.

Question 6: ________ responded to this challenge by transforming himself into a bull and easily winning the contest.
AresAphroditeAthenaGreek mythology

Question 7: Paris's second attempt at combat is equally faced; rather than engage the Greek hero ________ in melee combat, Paris wounds Diomedes with an arrow through the foot.

Question 8: ________, Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy's 1864 operetta La Belle Hélène tells a droll version of the seduction of Helen by Paris, who is the lead male role.
La PéricholeMadame FavartLa Grande-Duchesse de GérolsteinJacques Offenbach

Question 9: She was skilled in the arts of prophecy and medicine, which she had been taught by Rhea and ________ respectively.
ApolloArtemisGreek mythologyHera

Question 10: Probably the best-known was his elopement with ________, queen of Sparta, this being one of the immediate causes of the Trojan War.


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