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Osiris: Quiz


Question 1: The cult of Osiris continued up until the 6th century AD on the island of ________ in Upper Nile.
Ancient EgyptAbu Simbel templesThebes, EgyptPhilae

Question 2:
Who of the following is a parent of Osiris?
Kate "Kesley" Jefferson
P. H. O'Conor
Holden Snyder
Geb and Nut

Question 3:
Who of the following was a child of Osiris?
Catherine, Timothy
Horus and Anubis
Siobhan and Malachy Jr. , Conor and Cormac
Hayden Benge

Question 4: Egyptologist E. A. Wallis Budge suggests possible connections or parallels in Osiris' resurrection story with those found in ________:
ChristianityEcumenismBaptistChristian denomination

Question 5: This attack was part of a generational feud in which both Zeus and ________ were dismembered by Typhon, in a similar manner as Osiris was by Set in Egypt.
HeraGreek mythologyApolloDionysus

Question 6: During the reign of ________ Osiris was also invoked in royal decrees to pursue the living when wrongdoing was observed but kept secret and not reported.
Seti IAkhenatenRamesses IIThutmose III

Question 7: Later, when ________'s identity (from the Ogdoad) was assimilated into that of Isis, Horus, who had been Isis' husband (in the Ogdoad), became considered her son.
RaMutHathorEgyptian pantheon

Question 8: Since Osiris was considered dead, as god of the dead, Osiris' soul, or rather his Ba, was occasionally worshipped in its own right, almost as if it were a distinct god, especially so in the Delta city of ________.
Ancient EgyptMendesRamesses IIThmuis

Question 9: The tale of Osiris becoming fish-like is cognate with the story the Greek shepherd god Pan becoming fish like from the waist down in the same river Nile after being attacked by Typhon (see ________).
Libra (constellation)Leo (constellation)Aquarius (constellation)Capricornus

Question 10: [8] He was commonly depicted as a green (the color of rebirth) or black (alluding to the fertility of the Nile floodplain) complexioned ________, in mummiform (wearing the trappings of mummification from chest downward).
Ahmose IHatshepsutPharaohAmenhotep III

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