Greek or Roman Deity? Quiz
It isn't easy to remember which ancient gods and goddesses are Greek and which are Roman. Take this quiz to see if you can separate the Greek from the Roman.
Who's the king of the Greek gods?
Who's married to Zeus (and thus the queen of the Greek gods)?
Who's the Roman version of Hera?
Who is the king of the Roman gods?
Who is Zeus' father?
What is Kronos' Roman name?
Who is the mother of the gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus?
Who's the Greek god of war?
Hermes is the messenger of the Greek gods. Who's his Roman counterpart?
Hermes was said to bring the dead to the underworld. Who is the Greek god of the underworld?
Who's the Roman god of the underworld?
Who's the Roman god of love?
Who's the Roman goddess of love?
Uranus has basically the same Greek and Roman name. What is he the god of?
Who's another god who has the same Greek and Roman name?
What is Apollo the god of?
Who's Apollo's twin sister?
Who's the Roman version of Artemis?
It's pretty easy to tell that Victoria is the Roman goddess of victory. Who is her Greek counterpart?
The goddess of the underworld has similar Greek and Roman names. Her Greek name is Persephone — what's her Roman name?
Persephone is the daughter of Zeus and the Greek goddess of the harvest. What's the name of Persephone's mother?
What's Demeter's Roman name?
Who is Zeus' sister and the Greek goddess of the hearth?
Who is Hestia's Roman counterpart?
Besides Jupiter, who are Vesta's brothers?
- Pluto and Neptune
- Dionysus and Pluto
- Mercury and Mars
Which Greek goddess came straight out of Zeus' head, no mother necessary?
What is Athena the goddess of?
What is Athena's Roman name?
Who is Athena's half-brother and the gatekeeper of Mount Olympus?
What is Heracles/Hercules the god of?