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Question 1: When Lower Egypt had been conquered by Upper Egypt and they were unified, the lioness goddess of Upper Egypt, ________, was seen as the more powerful of the two warrior goddesses.
HathorEgyptian pantheonSekhmetMut

Question 2: As the patron goddess, she was associated with the land and depicted as a snake-headed woman or a ________—usually an Egyptian cobra, a poisonous snake common to the region; sometimes she was depicted as a woman with two snake heads and, at other times, a snake with a woman's head.
ReptileElapidaeSquamataSnake

Question 3: Much later, Wadjet became associated with ________ as well as with many other deities.
OsirisHathorEgyptian pantheonIsis

Question 4: Per-Wadjet also contained a sanctuary of ________, the child of the sun deity who would be interpreted to represent the pharaoh.
HorusApis (Egyptian mythology)OsirisSet (mythology)

Question 5: This is a sacred image that appeared repeatedly in the later images and myths of cultures surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, called the ________, which may have had separate origins.
CaduceusHermesHeraAncient Rome

Question 6: Other important dates for special worship of her were June 21, the ________, and March 14.
Axial precession (astronomy)SolsticeIslamic calendarEquinox

Question 7: An interpretation of the ________ was that it was the primal snake, Wadjet, the protector of Egypt.
Local GroupMilky WayGalactic CenterGalaxy

Question 8: When the two parts of Egypt were joined together, there was no merger of the deities as often occurred, both beliefs were retained and became known, euphemistically, as the ________,[4] who were the protectors of unified Egypt.
SekhmetAmenhotep IIIEgyptian pantheonTwo Ladies

Question 9: Her ________ was in the renowned temple in Per-Wadjet that was dedicated to her worship and gave the city its name.
OracleDivinationMoiraeEaster

Question 10: In this interpretation she was closely associated with ________ and other early deities among the various aspects of the great mother goddess, including Mut and Naunet.
RaEgyptian pantheonIsisHathor
















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