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Mythological Figure to Mythology

Select the mythology, folklore or religion that each figure belongs to.
Includes gods, heroes, monsters etc.
Only the mythology wherein the figure is known by the name mentioned is the correct answer (e.g. for Jupiter, Roman mythology is the correct answer, Greek mythology is not).
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Last updated: November 27, 2020
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1. Lan Caihe
Irish mythology
Korean mythology
Chinese mythology
Scottish mythology
They are one of the Eight Immortals in the Taoist pantheon.
2. Erebus
Roman mythology
Greek mythology
Persian mythology
Egyptian mythology
He was a primordial deity, representing the personification of darkness.
3. Glooscap
Inuit religion
Abenaki mythology
Lakota mythology
Cherokee spiritual beliefs
He was created by the dust from the body of the creator deity Tabaldak and given the power to create a good world.
4. Ankou
Baltic mythology
Bulgarian mythology
Breton mythology
Basque mythology
Ankou is a servant of Death, who appears in the mythologies of Brittany, Normandy, Cornwall and Wales.
5. Māui
Polynesian mythology
Papuan mythology
Philippine mythology
Chinese mythology
Māui is a trickster and hero in Māori mythology and in other Polynesian traditions.
6. Centeōtl
Inca mythology
Aztec mythology
Hopi mythology
Maya mythology
Centeōtl is the Aztec deity of maize.
7. Hachiman
Japanese mythology
Mongol mythology
Korean mythology
Hindu mythology
Hachiman is the Japanese deity of archery and war.
8. Anansi
Akan religion
Kongo religion
Yoruba religion
San religion
Anansi is a trickster, who often takes the form of a spider, in the religion of the Akan people (a meta-ethnicity in Ghana and Ivory Coast that includes ethnic groups such as the Ashanti, the Fante and the Wasa).
9. Sköll
Slavic religion
Norse mythology
Germanic mythology
Dutch folklore
Sköll is the wolf who chases the Sun across the sky in Norse mythology.
10. Neith
Swiss folklore
Jewish mythology
Irish mythology
Egyptian mythology
Neith was an early ancient Egyptian deity who was said to be the first and the prime creator.
11. Black Annis
English folklore
Canadian folklore
Australian folklore
American folklore
She is a hag with blue skin and iron claws, said to have resided in Leicestershire.
12. Rangda
Malay folklore
Hindu mythology
Balinese mythology
Thai folklore
Rangda is the demon queen of the Leyaks, which are heads that fly around with entrails still attached.
13. Inti
Bantu mythology
Inca mythology
Persian mythology
Roman mythology
Inti is the god of the Sun, and the national patron of the Inca state.
14. Ak Ana
Turkic mythology
Tibetan mythology
Babylonian mythology
Mongol mythology
Ak Ana is the primordial creator-goddess and goddess of water.
15. Baba Yaga
Slavic folklore
Romanian folklore
Finnish mythology
Germanic mythology
Baba Yaga is a supernatural being who appears as a deformed or frightening old woman, and lives in a hut which stands on chicken legs.
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