To learn about the fourteen Olympians (broadly defined), specifically:
If you know anything about classical mythology, you know the Olympians. Use the links below to study up on the names, titles, associations, and stories you'll need to identify in the GoogleForm at the bottom.
You usually hear about twelve Olympians, but I'm counting fourteen:
1These two are Olympians, in that they're siblings of the four above them and fought alongside them (from their base on Mt. Olympus) during the Titanomachy and Gigantomachy. But they're not Olympians in the sense that they don't have thrones/palaces/places at the gods' feasts on Mt. Olympus. (Hades lives in the Underworld, after all, and Hestia gave up her former place to make room for her young nephew Dionysus.)
2The five gods with this indicator don't have summary pages on Theoi.com. Their links will take you to their main articles instead. Use the "index" on the left or Ctrl+F to navigate to what you need.
Use the links above and below to study the following topics as they relate to each of the fourteen gods above:
It may be helpful to check out the GoogleForm at the bottom of this page, to see how you'll be assessed on this information.
Source: Theoi Greek Mythology; Susanne Hofstra @ Univ. Texas; Laurel Bowman @ Univ. Victoria; Encyclopedia Mythica