Type
Crossword
Description

This god once attempted a failed invasion of India. Dionysus
This goddess has a successful shoe line named after her. Nike
This goddess's symbol is a broken wheel. Nemesis
This goddess is known to be hateful towards demigods due to her husband's many affairs. Hera
This god is often depicted with a Bident, (double pointed spear), in his hand. Hades
This god is known as "The Earthshaker" . Poseidon
This maiden goddess tends to the central hearth of Olympus. Hestia
The monster defeated by Bellorophon. Chimaera
The creator and first queen of the Amazons. Otrera
The realm of the honored dead, ruled by Hades. Elysium.
This god once changed his lover, Io into a cow. Zeus
The maiden goddess who roams Earth with a group of virgin huntresses. Artemis
(Two Words) The name of the maze where fourteen teenagers were sacrificed each year. (This myth inspired The Hunger Games.) The Labyrinth
The son of the famous inventor, Daedalus. He fell out of the sky when the sun melted the wax on his wings. Icarus
The war goddess who is the patron of Athens. Athena
The messenger god of thieves and travelers. Hermes
The name of the standard greek sword. Xiphos
The titan of the West. Iapatus
The first letter of the Greek Alphabet. Alpha
The fleetfooted huntress who evaded arranged marriage by forcing each suitor to race her. Atalanta
The cyclops who trapped Odysseus and his man in his cave. Polyphemus
The goddess of magic, choices, and darkness. Hecate
This titan devoured his children, the gods to avoid being overthrown. Kronos

EDITH HAMILTON MYTHOLOGY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Elder Gods TITANS
Goddess of Victory NIKE
creator of the labyrinth, escapes labyrinth and King Minos by making winds and flying away DAEDALUS
9 ladies who were inspiration for the arts MUSES
God of War ARES
destroyed by Greeks because of trickery of Trojan Horse TROY
creature that is lion in front, serpent behind, and goat in between; killed by Bellorophon on Pegasus CHIMAERA
Hermes' son; part goat and part man; born in Arcady; liked to play reed pipes PAN
3 ladies who determined the length of one's life FATES
daughter of Agamemnon, sacrificed to Artemis so Greek Army can advance to Troy IPIGENIA
beautiful youth who didn't like anyone, looked at reflection in lake and fell in love with it, stayed there until he died. NARCISSUS
one of the 3 Gorgons, only she could be killed, beheaded by Perseus, her head is borne on the aegis MEDUSA
King of Thebes, married his mother and killed his father, lived a sad life but died happily OEDIPUS
greatest warrior during Trojan War, killed by Achilles HECTOR
maiden who was left to die in forest but grew up to be a great hunter, participated in Caldynonian boar hunt, married Melanion because he beat her in a foot race ATALANTA
wife of Orhpeus, tries to be brought back from underworld by Orpheus but fails EURYDICE
river gods swear on (unbreakable oath), Styx feel in love with Plegethon, one becomes invincible if dipped in there (River of Hate/River of Promise) STYX
Nymphs of the mountains OREADS
goddess of Discord, threw the golden apple that cause Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena to argue and cause Trojan War ERIS
What are the alternative names for the Underworld? Tartarus
Who is the aged boatman who ferries the souls of the dead across the water? CHARON
The Roman name is Bacchus or Liber. He is known as the God of Wine. His symbol is s thyrsus. Dionysus
The Roman name of is Kerberos and the greek name is "Κυνα του Αιδου" which translates to "Hound of Hades". Cerberus

ANCIENT GREEK GODS & GODDESSES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

GOD OF THE SUN APOLLO
GODDESS OF LOVE APHRODITE
GODDESS OF WISDOM & WAR ATHENA
GODDESS OF THE MOON & HUNT ARTEMIS
GODDESS OF THE HARVEST DEMETER
KING OF THE GODS ZEUS
GOD OF THE SEA POSEIDON
GODS THAT LIVED ON MOUNT OLYMPUS OLYMPIANS
GODDESS OF THE UNDERWORLD PERSEPHONE
GODDESS OF MARRIAGE HERA
GOD OF THE UNDERWORLD & DEATH HADES
FIRST GODS TITANS

The Odyssey Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The Greek goddess of wisdom and war Athena
Odysseus' home Ithaca
The name of the Cyclops that Odysseus blinds Polyphemus
The messenger of the gods Hermes
Odysseus' wife Penelope
Son of Odysseus Telemachus
They have the body of a bird, the head of a woman, and lure men to their deaths with song Sirens
She lurks in a cave and eats sailors as they pass by Scylla
The number of sailors that the Scylla ate of the deck of the ship Six
The number of men that the Cyclops had for breakfast two
A flowery fruit that makes you forget to go home Lotus
The suitor that is said to have a blacker heart than the rest Antinous
The dead prophet that Odysseus travels to the Underworld to see Teiresias
The whirlpool with teeth that tries to eat Odysseus and his crew Charybdis
The Test of the _______ Bow
The sea nymph that holds Odysseus as her love slave for seven years Calypso
Favorite weapon of Zeus Lightning
Personification of the sun Helios
Goddess who turn Odysseus' men into pigs Circe
God of the Winds Aeolus
The Greeks sneak into Troy inside a wooden one of these horse
The only god who did not pity Odysseus Poseidon
Substance that Odysseus put in his crews' ears so they wouldn't hear the sirens Beeswax
Crew member that wanted to have a nice dinner on Helios' island Eurylochus
False name Odysseus gives to the Cyclops Nohbody
Athena disguises Odysseus as this beggar

All Greek Mythology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The god of the Sun Apollo
The city of Athens comes from this Greek goddess Athena
the goddess who's symbol is a wedding ring Hera
Thanotus originated from this god Thantos
the god of the underworld Hades
Thursday originated from this God Thor
the father of Zues Cronus
the daughter of Penus Daphne
this God's roman name is Neptune Poseidon
this Goddess' roman name is Diana Artemis
Pandora's _______ Box
The Trojan ______ Horse
the God Eros better known as Cupid
the god who's roman name is Faunus Pan
the word morphine originated from the God Of Dreams Morpheus
the father of Thor Odin
Odin Roman Name Mercury
The god of blacksmiths and sculptures Hephaestus
The goddess of Home and Harth Hestia
Nike's Roman Name Victoria

Greek Mythology CrossWord Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Home of the Gods Mt.Olympus
Messenger for the Gods and God of travel Hermes
Tricked into ruling the underworld Hades
The king of the gods father Cronus
God of the sky Zeus
God of the sea Poseidon
God of war and fighting Ares
Half man and Half bull Minotaur
God of archery, music, poetry, prophecy, and medicine Apollo
Goddess of wisdom Athena
A box full of everything bad Pandora's Box
Everything he touched turned gold Midas
Performed 12 labors Hercules
God of blacksmiths and fire Hephaestus
Goddess of Marriage, Mothers and Families Hera

Greek Mythology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Goddess of love, beauty and desire Aphrodite
God of light, healing, music, poetry, plague, prophecy, and more Apollo
God of war and bloodshed Ares
Goddess of hunting, wilderness, animals and childbirth Artemis
Goddess of wisdom and skill, warfare and tactics Athena
God of wine, parties and festivals, madness and ecstasy Dionysus
King of the underworld and god of the dead Hades
Queen of the heavens and goddess of marriage, women and birth Hera
God of travel, animal husbandry, writing, trade, and more Hermes
Goddess of the hearth, home and chastity Hestia
God of the sea, rivers, floods, droughts, earthquakes, and the creator of horses Poseidon
King of the gods, and ruler of Mount Olympus. He is the god of the sky, thunder and lightning, law and order, and fate Zeus
A Greek Hero who is strong and the son of Zeus Hercules
A Greek Hero who was the best warrior in the Trojan War because he was invulnerable in battle Achilles
A Greek Hero who defeated King Minos and his Minotaur Theseus
A Greek Hero who was a descendant from Hermes and came up with the idea of the Trojan Horse Odysseus
Goddess of farming, the harvest and fertility Demeter
God of fire, metalworking and crafts Hephaestus

Greek Mythology Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A reference that appears in literature, poetry, movies, music, and so on. Allusion
Psyche's mother-in-law Venus
Jealous mentors to Psyche sisters
Young maiden who Zeus turned into a cow in order to avoid the wrath of Hera Io
Pygmalion's perfect prototype Galatea
Thisbe's impulsive other half Pyramus
Ceyx and Alcyone transformed into these creatures birds
Goddess of marriage Hera
Ruled the sea Posiedon
Hades's domain underworld
Apollo was the most _______________. Greek
The perfect guy, minus the mommy issues Cupid
The muses share one of these mind
Contradictory god Bacchus
Man-Horse hybrid Centaur
The Sirens's secret weapon voices
Music is the key to understanding "the fundamental interconnectedness of all things." harmonia
Describing a non-human thing using human characteristics personification
describing humans using non human characteristics reversepersonification
Me is BAE Narcissus
This character is the ultimate copy cat... copy cat... copy cat Echo
Hera's character flaw jealousy
Created the gods universe
Part-time dweller of the underworld Persephone
Adonis killer Boar
Forethought Prometheus
Afterthought Epimetheus
Heads-up! Hyacinth
Cupid's weapon of choice arrow
Prefers her men sleeping Selene
Defeated by Orpheus's music Sirens

The Flight of Icarus Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Daedalus built a temple in when he arrived in _____________. Sicily
Daedalus made wings so he and Icarus could _____________ from Crete. escape
Frantic means ____________. hasty
The labyrinth was built by this person. Daedalus
Daedalus had _____________ as he watched Icarus boldly begin to fly. misgivings
theme from "The Flight of Icarus" self control
Icarus flew higher because he was ______________ by his freedom. bewitched
A person with sweaty palms might be feeling _____________. anxiety
Icarus beat his wings in _______ as he flew higher. joy
Person that locked Daedalus in the tower. King Minos
A word that means "just enough" moderate
Daedalus was too ___________ to follow Icarus into the sky. heavy
What Daedalus saw that let him know Icarus's wings had melted. feathers
kind of bird the feathers came from gull
Prowess means ______________. strength
Daedalus was ______________ when he saw Icarus too close to the sun. alarmed

Ancient Greece Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ares
athens
democracy
education
goddesses
gods
greek
hades
lamb
medusa
mythology
odyssey
olive
olympics
zeus

Greek Mythology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Hephaestus enjoys making this for his wife jewels
Hecatoncheries have _____ heads and one hundred arms each fifty
twelve beautiful. perfect children; six boys and six girls Titans
The name of the palace for the major gods and goddesses MountOlympus
the rainbow goddess who delivers messages from the gods back down to earth Iris
the goddess of marriage Hera
she was born out of Zeus' head fully grown Athena
she turned a hunter into a deer for watching bathe in the moonligh Artemis
the gods changed her into a rock so that she wouldn't feel anymore pain after losing her children Niobe
the only one on Mount Olympus who liked this god was Aphrodite Ares
Poseidon can create new _____ with his trident lands
he told Argus a long story that bored him to death Hermes
a story made up by humans to explain the universe myth
all of the major gods have two of these names
she burned to cinders when she saw Zeus in his god form Semele
Zeus feared Hera's _____ temper
she gave up her throne on Mount Olympus and gave it to Dionysus Hestia
Niobe's hubris was thinking she was better than the goddess _____ because she had more children Leto
the Greeks believed that at first the universe was nothing but _____ chaos
Gaea is Mother _____ Earth
people remember Argus because Hera put his 100 eyes on the _____ peacock
he swallowed his babies so that he would not be overthrown Cronus
her nemesis was to be turned into a spider Arachne
her son is Cupid Aphrodite
Zeus' mother Rhea
the goddess of victory Nike
Zeus' first wife who is known as the goddess of prudence Metis
this boatman takes you across the River Styx if you can pay him Charon
he guides the dying into Hades Hermes
this god was the only baby that his father did not swallow Zeus
Hermes invented this musical instrument using the guts of sacrificed cows lyre
Phaethon's _____ was thinking he could drive Apollo's sun chariot hubris
Hephaestus has a workshop on Olympus and his hammers can be heard inside _____ on earth volcanoes
When Phaethon drove too close to the earth, he created _____ regions desert
the pomegranate is considered the food of the _____ dead
when a person dies, relatives put a ____ under your tongue coin
the three-headed dog that guards the gates of Hades Cerberus
Hades kidnapped _____ Persephone
this goddess lets everything grow when her daughter is with her Demeter
Dionysus turned the pirates into _____ so they would not drown when they jumped overboard dolphins
What did Hermes steal from Apollo cows