Greek God Quiz – Which Greek God Are You?


Take this Greek God Quiz to find out which Greek God you are. We update the quiz regularly and it’s the most accurate among the other quizzes.

Zeus – God of the sky and thunder, ruler of the sky and all people (including gods! ), son of Rhea and Cronus/Kronos, children: Apollo, Artemis, Athena, Hephaestus, Dionysus, Ares, Hermes, Heracles/Hercules, Helen of Troy, and MANY, MANY more, married to Hera, symbols: lightning bolt, royal scepter, Aegis (his

Hera – Goddess of marriage and birth, queen of the Gods and humans, queen of the heavens, married to Zeus, jealous and vengeful of Zeus’ many lovers, daughter of Rhea and Cronos, only had children with Zeus, children: Ares, Hebe, and more, symbols: diadem, scepter, pomegranate

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Poseidon – God of the sea, horses, and earthquakes, sea ruler, second son of Rhea and Cronus/Kronos, children: Theseus, Triton, Polyphemus, Orion, and many more…

Symbols include a trident, fish, dolphins, and horses.

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Hades – God of the Dead, the Underworld, and Riches, ruler of the Underworld, first son of Rhea and Cronus/Kronos, children: Melinoe, Macaria, and Zagreus, married to Persephone (Daughter of Demeter), whom he kidnapped, symbols: Cerberus (his three-headed dogs), scepter, drinking horn

Athena – Goddess of wisdom, battle strategy, strength, and skill, sprung from Zeus’s head in full armor, aided many Greek heroes, a virgin goddess, Athens named after her after she gave the people the first olive tree, symbols: owls, olive tree, snakes, armor, and spears. Also, you must try to play this Greek God Quiz.

Aphrodite – Goddess of love and beauty, born from the foam of the sea of Paphos after Cronus’ cut-up pieces were thrown in, but another birth story has her as the daughter of Zeus and Dione, married to Hephaestus, children: Eros, The Graces, Aeneas, and others, symbols: dolphins, rose, dove, swan

Artemis – Goddess of the hunt and the moon, daughter of Leto and Zeus, twin sister of Zeus, virgin goddess, roams the forest with nymphs, symbols: bow and arrows, stags, hunting dog, and the moon

Apollo – God of the sun, music, and prophecy, Artemis’ twin brother, son of Leto and Zeus, children: Orpheus, Asclepius, and a few others, companion of the nine Muses, symbols: lyre, laurel wreath, and bow and arrows

Ares – God of war, war’s negative aspects, son of Zeus and Hera, lover of Aphrodite, children: Eros, Harmonia, Phobos, and others, symbols: spear and helmet, dog, chariot, and boar

Dionysus – God of wine, winemaking, and insanity, son of Zeus and Semele (princess of Thebes), unlike many gods, benevolent towards humans, symbols: grapevine, leopard skin, cheetah, panther

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Demeter – Goddess of agriculture and harvest, daughter of Rhea and Cronos, mother of Persephone (goddess of flowers), associated with the torch because of her never-ending battle for her daughter, who was kidnapped by Hades and now splits her time between the mortal world and the underworld in compromise, children: Persephone, Arion, Plutus, and others, symbols: cornucopia, wheat, torch, and bread

Hephaestus – God of fire, metalworking, and forges, son of Hera and Zeus, depicted as the “ugly god” after Hera threw him down a mountain, husband of Aphrodite, children: Thalia, Eucleia, and others, symbols: hammer and tongs

Hermes – God of thieves, roads, travelers, and trade, son of Zeus and Maia, the messenger of the gods, the only person permitted to leave the underworld without repercussions, children: Pan (a satyr; half-man and half-goat), and others, symbols: lyre, rooster, Caduceus (staff with snakes around it; medical symbol)

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Debra Clark

Meet Debra Clark, a passionate writer and connoisseur of life's finer aspects. With a penchant for crafting thought-provoking questions, she is your go-to guide for a journey into the world of lifestyle quizzes. Born and raised in the United States, Debra's love for exploring the nuances of everyday life has led her to create quizzes that challenge, educate, and inspire.
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