selftests - Self-Quiz Book Readings GreekCreationStories 1.

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Self-Quiz – Book Readings Greek Creation Stories   1. Hesiod's two great poems are __________ and __________.  2. Hesiod's __________ describes how the world was made.  3. The Greek word "__________" means "gap" or "space," not "disorder."  4. Hesiod explains how Ouranos (Heaven) turns against the children he fathered with __________ (Earth).  5. Kronos is the son who overpowers his father, __________.  6. __________ is the son who overpowers his father, Kronos.  7. __________ is the son of Rhea.  8. The Greek gods live on Mt. __________.  9. __________ was born from the head of her father, __________.  10. Hephaistos created __________ by mixing clay with water.  Ovid's Creation Story   1. __________'s story of creation is a serious work that deals with the underlying principles that govern the  universe and the underlying moral principles for human beings.  2. On the other hand, __________'s story of creation aims to amuse and delight the reader. 
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