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prostitutionWhat is the Roman name for Athena?MinervaWhat is the Roman name for Hestia?VestaWhere in Asia Minor was the most important cult site of Artemis located?EphesusThe sudden unexplained death of young men and women was attributed to which two deities?Artemis & ApolloIn what Italian city and museum can one see The Birth of Venus?Florence,. Galleria degli UffiziWhat is the meaning of the Greek word aphros?foamWhat bisexual character was a favorite subject of art in late antiquity?Hermaphroditus
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Name the goddess of the hunt.ArtemisWhat famous Italian Renaissance artist painted The Birth of Venus?BotticelliWho replaced Hestia as one of the twelve Olympians?DionysusWhat Spanish artist painted The Toilet of Venus?VelazquezWhat epithet is commonly used by Homer to describe Athena?glaukopus, which means either "owl-eyed" or "gray-eyed."Name the boastful Theban queen whose children were slain by Apollo and Artemis.NiobeWhat poetess from Lesbos wrote a poem in honor of Aphrodite?SapphoWhat is the Roman name for Aphrodite?VenusName the hunter who was placed in the sky after being killed by a scorpion.OrionWho was the daughter of Demeter?PersephoneName the young girl who challenged Athena to a weaving contest and describe her fate.Arachne challenged Athena and would be turned into a spider.Phallic statues of what son of Aphrodite were often placed in Roman gardens?PriapusHow was Athena born?She was born from Zeus's head.By what two "island-derived" names is Aphrodite known?Cypris, CythereaTo which European city must one travel to see the Elgin Marbles?LondonWhat women's craft is protected by Athena? WeavingName the temple in Athens sacred to Athena.ParthenonWhat deity is often called Pallas?AthenaWhat two islands are associated closely with the birth and worship of Aphrodite?Cyprus, CythereaName the hunter who after seeing Artemis bathing in the nude was turned into a stag and killed by his own hounds.Actaeon_____ fell in love with a statue he had created.PygmalionWhich of the following is NOT a virgin goddess?ThetisThis deity is sometimes called Pallas.AthenaDemeter is associated closely with this crop.wheat
The name Hestia means "_____."hearthThe Roman name for Athena is _____.MinervaThe goddess of Wisdom is _____.AthenaThe priestesses in Aphrodite's temple at _____ were essentially prostitutes.CorinthThe goddess of the hunt is _____.ArtemisThe name Aphrodite is perhaps derived from the Greek word meaning "_____."foamThe daughter of Demeter is _____.PersephoneAthena's tree is the _____.oliveThe children of _____ were slain by Apollo and Artemis.NiobeThe _____ is typically carried or worn by Athena.aegisThe craft of weaving is sacred to _____.AthenaThe town of _____ near Athens was sacred to Demeter.EleusisAthena turned Arachne into a _____.spiderThe poetess _____ lived on the island of LesbosSapphoThe goddess _____ was born from the head of Zeus.AthenaThe _____ in Athens is the primary temple to Athena.ParthenonThe Roman name for Aphrodite is _____.VenusThe Trojan prince _____ had an affair with Aphrodite.AnchisesThe Birth of Venus can be seen today in the _____ Gallery in _____.
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