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The 12 Olympians: What do you know?
Mr. Lobdell ● English
Name: ______________________________________ Period: _____________
1. Below are pictures representing some of the 12 Olympians—the “big” Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. At the right is a name bank. On the line
below each picture, write the name of the god or goddess the picture most likely represents.
Name Bank:
Name: __________________
Name: __________________
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Aphrodite
Apollo
Apollo
Ares
Artemis
Athena
Diana
Hades
Hephaestus
Hera
Hermes
Hestia
Juno
Jupiter
Mars
Mercury
Minerva
Mulciber
Neptune
Pluto
Poseidon
Venus
Vesta
Vulcan
Zeus
2. In the table below, write the god’s or goddess’s missing name (sometimes it’s their Greek name; sometimes it’s their Roman name) in the blank box, using
the list of names at the right. Then, write the god’s or goddess’s special power or area of responsibility in the blank provided, using the options to the right.
Power/Area of
Greek Name
Roman Name
Names
Responsibility
Aphrodite
Hera
Mulciber
Jupiter
Apollo
Hermes
Neptune
Apollo
Hestia
Pluto
Ares
Juno
Poseidon
Hades
Artemis
Jupiter
Venus
Athena
Mars
Vesta
Poseidon
Diana
Mercury
Vulcan
Hades
Minerva
Zeus
Juno
Hephaestus
Minerva
Diana
Apollo
Powers/Responsibilities
Venus
Vulcan or Mulciber
Hestia
Hermes
Ares
God/goddess of fire
God/goddess of light and truth
God/goddess of war
God/Goddess of love and beauty
God/Goddess of the city, protector of civilized life
God/Goddess of the hearth, virgin goddess
God/Goddess of Wild Things, Huntsperson in chief
Lord of the sky, wielded the thunderbolt
Messenger of the gods
Protector of marriage
Ruler of the dead
Ruler of the sea
3. Finally, what’s YOUR opinion: Which of the Greek or Roman gods or goddesses would be nice to have around “for real” today? Write in complete
sentences, and explain your answer thoroughly.
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