Here are the answers to the Tilly Greene’s Mythos Masquerade Greek Mythology Crossword Puzzle questions which I handed out at this years Authors After Dark Mythos dinner.
3 Penetrating warning sound. Greek sea nymph whose singing lured sailors to their destruction. (5)
5 What was left as a consolation inside Pandora’s Box? (4)
7 An analgesic and sedative. [derived from the*] God of dreams. (8)
9 They were the twins who weren’t really twins. (6-3-6)
11 She was seduced by a swan. (4)
12 God of Wine, theater and ecstasy. (8)
13 He was a very powerful god, serial seducer, and carried a bolt of thunder. (4)
1 Food of the gods. (8)
2 God of light, music, poetry, prophecy and archery. (6)
4 She offered Paris the love of the world’s most beautiful woman and won the golden apple inscribed ‘for the fairest one’. (9)
5 Married to the most beautiful goddess and he was not physically perfect. (10)
8 Agres, Steropes and Brontes had 3 eyes between them. (8)
10 Titan who carried a sickle and castrated rivals. (6)
Hope you enjoyed figuring them out as much as I did and I'm sorry if it was more difficult than fun. If you're in the mood for a bit more Ancient Greek mythology, I'm posting tomorrow the brain teasers I dropped in various places leading up to the conference.
Told you the other day I liked puzzles!