Greece questions This is a list of recently added questions about Greece. Play Greece quiz and see all the questions. Which country is Thessalia a part of?Greece. Thessaly is a region in central Greece.Created by: globalquiz.orghard 44% ItalyItaly151GreeceGreece444FranceFrance114TurkeyTurkey282Southern Europe riddles » Which country is Attica a part of?Greece. Attica is a small region, but it played an important role in the history of Greece and the world. Athens are located in Attica.Created by: globalquiz.orgeasy 74% SwitzerlandSwitzerland57AustriaAustria74ItalyItaly218GreeceGreece1003Europe riddles » To which country does the island of Corfu belong?Greece. Corfu is the largest island on the Ionian Sea, west of the continental Greece. It is just 3 km from Albania.Created by: globalquiz.orgvery easy 85% GreeceGreece1630ItalyItaly82TurkeyTurkey106TunisiaTunisia90islands riddles » To which country does the island of Santorini belong?Greece. Santorini is essentially what remains after an enormous volcanic eruption some 3,600 years ago. A giant central, rectangular lagoon, which measures about 12 by 7 km (7.5 by 4.3 mi), is surrounded by 300 m (980 ft) high, steep cliffs on three sides.Created by: globalquiz.orgvery easy 80% ItalyItaly233GreeceGreece1805TurkeyTurkey151FranceFrance47seas riddles » To which country does the island of Rhodes belong?Greece. Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.Created by: globalquiz.orgvery easy 90% TurkeyTurkey72CyprusCyprus81CroatiaCroatia41GreeceGreece1785geography riddles » What was the main language of the Byzantine Empire?Greek. The primary language used in the eastern Roman provinces even before the decline of the Western Empire was Greek, having been spoken in the region for centuries before Latin. The use of Latin as the language of administration persisted until formally abolished (in favour of Greek) by Heraclius in the 7th century.Created by: globalquiz.orghard 53% GreekGreek2263RomanRoman745TurkishTurkish547ByzantineByzantine656Byzantine Empire riddles » What is the name of the Muse of comedy?Thalia was the Muse who presided over comedy and idyllic poetry. She was portrayed as a young woman with a joyous air, crowned with ivy, wearing boots and holding a comic mask in her hand. Many of her statues also hold a bugle and a trumpet (both used to support the actors' voices in ancient comedy), or occasionally a shepherd’s staff or a wreath of ivy. Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykhard 40% TerpsichoreTerpsichore652EratoErato630EuterpeEuterpe790ThaliaThalia1394theatre riddles » Who used the sarissa (a type of weapon) in their combat formations?Macedonians. The sarissa is a type of long spear (about 4–7 metres or 13–23 ft in length) first introduced by Phillip II of Macedonia in Macedonian phalanx formations. It was usually composed of two lengths and was joined by a central bronze tube only before a battle. The tight formation of the phalanx created a "wall of pikes", and the pike was so long that there were fully five rows of them projecting in front of the front rank of men.Created by: Roy Zhuhard 58% SpartansSpartans1554RomansRomans716TurksTurks475MacedoniansMacedonians3874ancient Greece riddles » What is an epitaph?Inscription on a tombstone or monument. An epitaph (from Greek ἐπιτάφιος epitaphios "a funeral oration" from ἐπί epi "at, over" and τάφος taphos "tomb" is a short text honoring a deceased person. Strictly speaking, it refers to text that is inscribed on a tombstone or plaque, but it may also be used in a figurative sense. Some epitaphs are specified by the person themselves before their death, while others are chosen by those responsible for the burial. Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykeasy 73% long, lengthy worklong, lengthy work272moralizing workmoralizing work174inscription on a tombstone or monumentinscription on a tombstone or monument2188last section of the work, a summarylast section of the work, a summary346names riddles » According to the Greek mythology, how many rivers were found in Hades?Five. In Greek mythology, Styx is a deity and a river that formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld (the domain often called Hades, which also is the name of its ruler). There are five rivers in Hades: Styx, Phlegethon, Acheron, Lethe, and Cocytus. All these rivers converge at the center of the underworld on a great marsh, which sometimes, also is called the Styx.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykvery hard 25% oneone870twotwo338fivefive555sevenseven386literature riddles » Play Greece quiz and see all the questions.