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Word Chain - Greek and Roman Mythology

Guess these figures from Greek and Roman mythology. The last letter of each answer is the same as the first letter of the next answer.
Last updated: December 04, 2018
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Jupiter's father
Roman god of the sea
She was condemned to be speechless, except
to repeat what someone just said
Bow hunter who Zeus made into a constellation
Term for a minor female deity
Strongman who completed 12 labors
Condemned to roll a boulder uphill forever
Sea monster. Counterpart of Charybdis
Greek goddess of wisdom
Greek goddess of beauty
She was abducted by Zeus - who appeared
in the form of a white bull
God of music and light
Accidentally married his mother
Sun god of the late Roman Empire:
___ Invictus
Roman personification of the moon
Greek god of war
Being that lured sailors to their deaths
Greek goddess of victory
Greek goddess of discord
Group abducted by the ancient Romans:
The ______ Women
Greek version of Cupid
level 59
Jul 14, 2017
I was wondering was Uranus wasn't working for Jupiter's father? I was ONE planet off!!!!!
level 74
Jul 17, 2017
Plus, Uranus is Greek, not Roman. The Roman name is Caelus.
level 76
Sep 17, 2017
That's not really true. The Romans were heavily influenced by the Greek, from the first century BC. Thus I think that Caelus has been replaced by (or merged with) Uranus. Anyway, that name is a latin transcription of Ouranos. All planets have been given Roman names by the way (except in Greek).
level 48
Oct 16, 2017
I never understood why they called the planet "Uranus" instead of "Ouranos". It's not that much harder to pronounce...
level 67
Dec 28, 2017
The name was suggested by a German fellow, and in German, the U is pronounced like Ou. Why that was the variant to sustain? Good question. It problably just made more sense then 'George' or 'Herschel', which were other suggestions at the time.
level 69
Dec 28, 2017
are the Sabine Women really mythology? I would have guessed a made up story but that doesn't make it mythology
level 66
Dec 28, 2017
The Sabines were a real neighboring tribe of the Romans, so their inclusion in the list seems odd to me too.
level 65
Dec 28, 2017
Thanks, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, the answer on that one!
level 64
Dec 28, 2017
If memory serves, much of Roman history before the Gallic sack in the 4th century B.C. has no historical evidence because the records were destroyed. So really, much of early Roman history is handed down from myths, the abduction of the Sabine Woman included.
level 62
Dec 29, 2017
EZPZ, at least for a Latin student and mythology nerd ;)
level 31
Jul 14, 2018
Isn't Jupiter's dad Kronos? In Greek mythology Zeus is the son of Chronos, so I thought the same would be true for Roman mythology.
level 50
Sep 26, 2018
Kronos (not Chronos, the personification of time. Different guy altogether) is Zeus’s father in Greek mythology. Saturn is the Roman equivalent of Kronos, so you’d say that instead of Kronos when asked about Jupiter, as opposed to Zeus.