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Egyptian Gods, Part 2

written by: mari14
 
Let's see if you can guess some of the lower gods of Egypt. There are more than 700 of them.

Question 1:

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Name the wife of god Horus, that was a protective goddess, as well as the goddess of love and joy.
Seshat
Nut
Hathor
Sekhmet


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Question 2:


This god, representing everything that threatened harmony in Egypt, was the brother of Osiris and Isis. He murdered Osiris, then battled with his nephew Horus to be the ruler of the living.
Thoth
Seth
Shu
Sobek

Question 3:


Since jackals were often seen in cemeteries, the ancient Egyptians believed that Anubis, a god with human body and jackal head, watched over the process of embalming.
True
False

Question 4:

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Ancient Egyptians believed that this god was the son of Isis and Osiris.
Ptah
Horus
Ra
Khepri


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Question 5:

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She was a protective goddess of the dead, as well as the sister of Isis and Osiris, and the sister and wife of Seth.
Isis
Nut
Tefnut
Nephthys


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Question 6:

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This god of writing and knowledge was believed by ancient Egyptians to have given to the people the gift of hieroglyphic writing.
Nun
Thoth
Seshat
Tawaret


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Question 7:


Tawaret was a goddess who protected women during pregnancy and childbirth. She was most often depicted with the head of a hippopotamus, arms and legs of a lion, back and tail of a crocodile, and breasts and stomach of a pregnant woman.
True
False

Question 8:

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Ancient Egyptians believed that this sun god was swallowed every night by the sky goddess Nut, and was reborn every morning.
Ra
Shu
Khnum
Ka


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Question 9:

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The Egyptian deity Bes was the protector of all animals and was often associated with fertility.
True
False


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Question 10:


The goddess Anekantin was Isis’ sister and Anubis’ wife.
True
False

 


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