Test your knowledge of the Greek God Apollo with these 12 questions!
Apollo is the son of Leto and Zeus, born on the island of Delos.
Apollo and his twin sister, Athena, both share an aptitude for archery.
Apollo taught humans the art of medicine, so he is often referred to as “The Healer.”
Apollo defended the oracle at Delphi against Hercules, who was angry at the priestess for having denied him a prophecy.
The nine Muses were companions of Apollo’s; they were known for inspiring art and music.
Apollo is associated with the pine tree, considered a status symbol in ancient Greece.
Apollo is alternately referred to as the god of darkness and the god of deception.
In a contest, Apollo killed a serpent named Anaconda with a single arrow.
The shark and the duck are sacred animals to Apollo.
Apollo has had many love affairs with both mortals and goddesses.
Apollo killed the Cyclops Arges for arming Zeus with thunderbolts.
Apollo is known for delighting Olympus with tunes played on his golden lyre, a stringed instrument that resembles a small harp and was made by Hermes.
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We bow down to your brilliance, O great god of knowledge of all things Apollo!