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Pharaohs & Gods

This is a mini-quiz I created to quiz myself on the Ancient Egyptian Pharohs.

This god was the King of the Underworld, and was sometimes interpreted as blue to denote invisibility. Osiris
This pharaoh was the first female pharaoh to rule Egypt by herself, at first with a little help from her male cousins, but managed just fine on her own. Promoted trade and had loyal advisers. Hatsheput
This god was a second-tier god. Guide of the dead, prepare bodies for afterlife, also a son of Osiris, and had the body of a human and a head of a jackal. Anubis
Creator of the universe, king of the gods. Also had a head of a hawk. Amon-Ra
Goddess of love and laughter. Human body with the head of a cow. Hathor
Head of a falcon. God of the Earth. Each Pharaoh was considered to be a form of this god. Horus
Goddess of motherhood and fertility. Isis
Ruler of the Old Kingdom period. This pharaoh kept strict control over food supply and had a huge pyramid built for him at Giza Khufu
This pharaoh was known as a patron of the Arts, ruling during a time of art, literature, and architecture. Greatest achievement was White Chapel. Senusret
Military Leader and Master Builder, this pharaoh used his power to the excess. He had over 100 wives and many children. Was a fearless solider with a treaty with the Hittite empire. Greatest accomplishment was his temple at Abu Simbel Ramses II