World Mythology

This week's Trivia: World Mythology

Our legends are what sustain us, and used to form our understanding of the world. Now we have science to do that for us... more accurate, but less awesome.
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Q1

The United States program intending to conduct manned moon landings missions was named after which Greek deity?

Q2

From some Hindu traditions, the three aspects of Trimurti are Brahma, Vishnu, and which major god?

Q3

Which of the following is the feather-serpent Mesoamerican deity?

Q4

From Japanese mythology, how was the island of Onogoro formed?

Q5

Who is the goddess of motherhood and fertility in Ancient Egyptian beliefs?

Q6

In Norse mythology, who are fated to wage war against the gods in Ragnarok?

Q7

After Prometheus stole fire from the gods to give it to man, an eagle was sent each day to eat which of his body parts?

Q8

The titanic statues called moai are on the island of Rapa Nui, is also known by which western name?

Q9

The tragic story of the beautiful Deirdre (or Derdriu) comes from which European tradition?

Q10

From traditional Inuit beliefs, what is a major role of the shaman?