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Quiz "mythology: Places in classical mythology"

mythology: Places in classical mythology

the darkness below the earth, thought to be the abode of the dead or the region they pass through on their way to Hades

mythology: Places in classical mythology

any of nine ancient cities in NW Asia Minor, each of which was built on the ruins of its predecessor. The seventh was the site of the Trojan War (mid-13th century bc)

mythology: Places in classical mythology

a mountain in central Greece, in NW Boeotia: in ancient times sacred to Dionysus, Apollo, and the Muses, with the Castalian Spring and Delphi on its slopes. Height: 2457 m (8061 ft)

mythology: Places in classical mythology

(in ancient Greece) the chief city of Boeotia, destroyed by Alexander the Great (336 bc)

mythology: Places in classical mythology

the dwelling place of the blessed after death
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