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an umbrella that provides shade from the sun parasol
respectfully reverently
in Greek mythology, the river across which the souls of the dead were ferried into the underworld styx
to move back suddenly and violently recoil
a building often found in a park, fair, or garden used for shelter and entertainment pavilion
a false name pseudonym
relating to the study of the nature of being metaphysical
human; being able to die mortal
in mythology, a minor or goddess or spirit of nature nymph
in the U.S., the period between 1919 and 1933 during which the manufacture, sale and transportation of achohol was forbidden Prohibition

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Greek Mythology CrossWord Puzzle

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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

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Greek Mythology Crossword

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The Lord of the Sky; Hera's husband. Zeus
The god that ruled the seas. Poseidon
The ruler of the underworld. Hades
The protector of marriage. Hera
The goddess of war. Athena
The messenger god. Hermes
The goddess of beauty and love. Aphrodite
Born from only Hera. Hephaestus
The god who played the lyre. Apollo
The lady of wild things; Apollo's twin sister. Artemis
The god of war. Ares
A virgin goddess; the goddess of the hearth. Hestia
The god of love; Aphrodite's son. Cupid
Where all of the dead go in the Underworld. Erebus
The deeper of the two divisions in the Underworld. Tartarus
The goddess of the corn. Demeter
The god of wine. Dionysus
The river of unbreakable oath. Styx
The river of forgetfulness. Lethe
The three headed dragon-tailed dog guarding the gate to the underworld. Cerberus
The river of fire. Phlegethon
The Greek boatman who ferries the souls of the dead to the underworld. Charon
The beautiful princess that Aphrodite hated; Cupid's wife. Psyche
The first woman; meant as a punishment to men. Pandora
Played beautiful music; wife was bitten by a viper. Orpheus
Nine in number; all of one mind Muses
Wife of Hades; daughter of Demeter. Persephone
Half men half horse; savage creatures Centaurs
Lured sailors to death with enchanting voices Sirens
Medusa; snakes for hair Gorgons
Bit by a viper right after she got married Eurydice
He killed himself because he thought Thisbe was dead Pyramus
She killed herself because Pyramus killed himself Thisbe

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Orpheus and Eurydice Crossword

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A small instrument that Orpheus played. Lyre
A spirit of nature imagined as a beautiful maiden. Nymphs
Who was Orpheus' love? Eurydice
A river which formed thr boundary between Earth and the Underworld. Styx
The dwelling place of the blessed after death. Elysium
The god of the underworld Hades
Where souls go after death Underworld
A sinner condemned to an eternity of rolling a boulder uphill Sisyphus
Who would steal the gods special foods? Tantalus
The upper edge of the side or bulwark of a vessel Gunwales

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EDITH HAMILTON MYTHOLOGY Crossword

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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

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Roman Mythology Crossword

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King of the Gods Jupiter
God of the Sea Neptune
Queen of the Gods; Goddess of Marriage and Women Juno
God of War Mars
Goddess of Love Venus
God of Poetry, Music, and the Sun Apollo
God of Wine Bacchus
Goddess of Agriculture and Fertility Ceres
Goddess of Hunting Diana
God of War Mars
Messenger of the Gods and of Commerce and Finance Mercury
Goddess of Wisdom, the City, Education, Science and War Minerva
God of The Underworld Pluto
God of Harvest and Agriculture Saturn
Goddess of the Hearth and the Roman state Vesta
God of Fire, the Forge and Blacksmiths Vulcan
Symbol of Jupiter Thunderbolt
Symbol of Juno Peacock
Symbol of Neptune Trident
Symbol of Pluto Pomergranate
Symbol of Minerva Owl
Symbol of Apollo Lyre
Symbol of Venus Dove
God of love; son of Aphrodite Eros
Goddess of Earth Gaea
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors Hercules
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors Persephone

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Greek Mythology Cross word Puzzle

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the mother of persephone demeter
Twin sister of apollo, and the goddess of hunt, the moon, and virginity artemis
The nymph that oddysey freed from her island calypso
Controlled the thread of lives of every mortal fates
Goddess of love and beauty and got married to Hephaestus aphrodite
The king of all gods Zeus
Had power over hearth and home hestia
The queen of the gods and the goddess of motherhood and childbirth hera
The god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses poseidon
The daughter of Demeter, got dragged to the underworld persephone
God of war and loved violence and war ares
The god of music truth, sun, healing, plague and poetry apollo
Made armor and weapons for the gods before being thrown out of Olympus hephaestus
The most strongest, carries a wooden club and wears a lion skin hercules
Messenger of the Gods with winged sandals hermes
God of wild, hunting, nature pan
Goddess of sea and the sky iris
Goddess of wisdom and born from zeus's head athena
The god of the underworld hades
The god of the underworld dionysus

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Roman and Greek Mythology Crossword

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Greek God of East Wind Eurus
Greek God of West Wind Zephyrus
Greek God of North Wind Boreas
Greek God of South Wind Auster
Roman God of Sky and Thunder Jove
Greek God King of Winds Aeolus
Roman God of the Sea Neptune
Greek God who is Messenger of the Sea Triton
Greek God of music, truth, prophecy, healing, the sun and light, plague, poetry, and the glittering bow Apollo
Greek God of Thessaly River Peneus
Roman God of desire, affection, and erotic love Cupid
Roman Virgin Goddess of the hunt, the moon, and nature Diana
Roman Goddess is protector and special counselor of the state Juno
Roman God of trade, merchants, thieves, and travelers Mercury
Greek God of the wild, shepherds and flocks, nature of mountain wilds and rustic music, and companion of the nymphs Pan
Roman Goddess of dawn Aurora
Not a god but has a God father and mortal mother Hercules
Roman Goddess of love, beauty, desire, sex, fertility, prosperity, and victory Venus
Roman God of wine, grape harvest, wine making, ritual madness, and ecstasy Bacchus

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Roman Mythology Crossword

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This god was married to his sister, but cheated on her with many others including another sister Zeus
Goddess, who was married to a serial cheater and usually took her anger out on her husband’s conquests Hera
God who fought to have Athens as his own city but lost the fight Poseidon
God who kidnapped his own niece to be his wife Hades
This goddess created the seasons when she mourned her daughter’s loss Demeter
Zeus’ favorite child, she was born from his brain Athena
He was a supreme deity of the earth and son of Semele and Zeus Dionysus
This god showed souls the way to the Underworld Hermes
This goddess technically does not have parents, as she was born from sea foam Aphrodite
This god was detested by most and was the father of the Amazons Ares
This god was thrown from Olympus by his mother and constantly cheated on by his unfaithful wife hephaestus
This goddess killed the famous hunter, Orion Artemis
This god cursed a mortal woman that none of her prophecies would come true because she didn’t return his affection Apollo
This goddess was one of the virgin goddesses even though both Poseidon and Apollo wished to marry her Hestia
This centaur was the son of Kronos and he trained famous heroes Chiron
This guy took souls across the River Styx to the Underworld Charon
Through trickery and misfortune, she became the queen of the Underworld. Persephone
This hero suffered because a jealous goddess made him go crazy, which led to him killing his family. Hercules
This hero defeated the Minotaur with the help of Ariadne Theseus
This hero saved Andromeda from a terrible fate. Perseus
This monster posed an impossible riddle to Oedipus. Sphinx
This monster was confined to the labyrinth by Minos. Minotaur
This monster was cursed for sleeping with Poseidon in a goddess’ temple. Medusa
This nymph was cursed for helping other nymphs avoid Hera’s wrath due to her husband’s conquests. Echo
This handsome man was cursed, so he knew what it meant to love but not be loved in return. Narcissus
This man descended into hell to retrieve his wife, and made it out alive, though he failed in his original mission Orpheus
She was the first woman, created by the gods and was a gift to Epimetheus. Pandora
This hero went to war in Troy and when he finally arrived back home, his crew was dead and suitors were trying to marry his wife. Odysseus
This woman became the first spider when she was cursed by Athena. Arachne
This monster could not die by having its head cut off as two grew back in its place, but it was killed by Hercules. Hydra

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Greek Mythology Twelve Labors of Hercules Crossword

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a body of myths, as that of a particular people or that relating to a partic Mythology
the act or fact of surviving, especially under adverse or unusual circumstances survival skills
a mountain in NE Greece, on the boundary between Thessaly and Macedonia: mythical abode of the greater Grecian gods Mount Olympus
immortal condition or quality; unending life Immortality
brave spirit or conduct; courage; valor bravery
a person who guards, protects, or preserves Guardian
the act or function of guiding; leadership; direction guidance
a mythological being who is partly divine and partly human Demigod
It was a representation of Hercules in the act of tearing the jaws of the Lion. Nemean
the imagined abode of departed souls or spirits; Hades. underworld
to perform labor; exert one's powers of body or mind; work; toil Labors

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The Odyssey Crossword Puzzle

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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

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