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Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Sun god, with a head of a hawk. Ra
The King of the Gods, sometimes joined with Ra to create more powerful god. Amun
The god of mummification process with a head of a jackal. Anubis
The goddess of protection with a face of a cat. Bastet
The god of the dead who had green skin. Osiris
The goddess of health and wisdom, wife of Osiris and mother of Horus. Isis
The god of the sky with a head of a falcon. Horus
The goddess of love and joy with sun disc between cow's horns. Hathor
The goddess of truth and order with a feather in her headdress. Maat
The goddess of fire and war with a face of a lioness. Sekhmet
The god of knowledge with the head of an ibis. Thoth
The goddess of sky and wind with a pot in her headdress. Nut
The god of creation wearing a double crown. Atum
The god of floods with a headdress of water plants. Hapy

Ancient Egyptian Gods Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The hidden one Amun
The mother goddess Mut
The king of living Osiris
The divine embalmer Anubis
The god of sun and radiance Ra
The god of vengeance Horus
God of knowledge and wisdom Thoth
Goddess of motherhood Hathor
God of justice and truth Maat
Goddess of divine Sekhmet
God of craftsmen and architects Ptah
God of childbirth and fertility Bes
God of war Set
Goddess of marriage, magic, and medicine Isis
Goddess of the dead Nephthys
Goddess of warfare Bastet
Goddess of the sky Nut
God of crocodiles Sobek
Disk of the sun Aten
God of the earth Geb

20 Egyptian Mythology Gods Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

His symbol was a black and white ox-hide splattered with blood and hanging from a pole. ANUBIS
She was known as "the Great One of Many Names". HATHOR
She is the goddess of the sky with a water pot on her head. NUT
A god of the desert, storms, disorder, violence, and foreigners. SET
A warrior goddess as well as goddess of healing. SEKHMET
She was the goddess of warfare in Lower Egypt. BASTET
A god in the form of a falcon whose right eye was the sun. HORUS
He was a god of fertility and the embodiment of the dead. OSIRIS
Shes a sky goddess and,great divine mother. MUT
A god of truth, balance, order, law, morality, and justice. MAAT
A protector of households, and in particular, of mothers and kids. BES
A goddess from the polytheistic pantheon of Egypt. ISIS
The ancient Egyptian sun god. RA
King of the gods and god of the wind. AMUN
A god of the disk of the sun in ancient Egyptian mythology. ATEN
A god that was the husband and brother of the sky goddess Nut. GEB
A protective goddess of the dead. NEPHTHYS
God of the Moon, Magic and Writing. THOTH
God of craftsmen and architects. PTAH
A Nile crocodile or the West African crocodile god that is represented in its form. SOBEK

Egyptian Gods Word Search

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anubis
amun
thoth
isis
horus
seth
osiris
geb
nut
sekhmet
hathor
ra

Cereal Box Word Search

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Thoth
Tawaret
Sobek
Shu
Set
Sekhmet
Ra
Ptah
Osiris
Nut
Nepththys
Nekhbet
Mekhit
Khonsu
Khnum
Khepri
Isis
Horus
Heket
Geb
Bes
Bast
Babi
Apophis
Anubis

Egyptian Gods and Goddesses Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

God of the sun Ra
God of the earth Geb
God of crocodiles and alligators Sobek
God of the underworld and the afterlife Osiris
Goddess of sky and stars Nut
Goddess of magic, marriage, healing, and protection Isis
God of dead Anubis
God of the nile Hapi
God of love Hathor
God of the moon Khonsu
God of creation Ptah
God of win and air Shu
Goddess of justice, truth, and order Ma'at
Goddess of scorpions Serqet
Goddess of writing and measurement Seshat
Goddess of protection Wadjet
God of justice Mafdet
Goddess of purification Kebechet
God of war, sky, and falcons Horus
Goddess of the river nile Anuket

Egyptian god crossword

Type
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Description

God of the underworld Osiris
She is the mother of the gods Nun
He has blue skin Amun
His name means 'man with a jackal head' in egyptian Anubis
This is the only organ that they dont remove during mummification Heart
He is the egyptian god of the sky Horus
His right eye represented the sun Ra
It is believed he was responsible for creating the heavens Thoth
She was seen by the Egyptians as both a protector and mother of the Pharaohs Isis
He was the god of chaos Seth
She was called the great lady and was Ptahs wife Sekhmet
He was the god of creation and craftsman Ptah
She was the goddess of love Hathor
She was the sister osiris and isis Nephthys
He had a nile crocodile head Sobek

ancient egypt Word Search

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ANUBIS
CANOPIC JAR
CLEOPATRA
EGYPTIAN GODS
EMBALMING
HIEROGLYPICS
HORUS
MUMMIES
MUMMIFICATION
OSIRIS
PHARAOH
PYRAMID
RA
RIVER NILE
SARCOPHAGUS
SPHINX
TOMB
TUTANKHAMUN

EGYPTIAN GODS AND GODDESSES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

God of dead, embalming, funerals, and mourning ceremonies. Jackal-headed god Anubis
God of baboons Babi
God of the earth Geb
Goose god Gengen Wer
God of the Nile Hapi
God of war, sky, and falcons Horus
Goddess of magic, marriage, healing, and protection Isis
Goddess of sky and stars Nut
God of the underworld and the afterlife Osiris
God of the Sun Ra
God of chaos/change, deserts, storms, foreigners Seth
God of crocodiles and alligators Sobek
God of wind and air Shu
Hippopotamus goddess and goddess of childbirth and fertility Tawaret
Dwarf god Bes
Goddess of love Hathor
Personification of darkness Kuk
Goddess of justice, truth, and of order Ma'at
Goddess of lions, fire, and vengeance Sekhmet
Goddess of the Nile River Anuket

Ancient Egypt Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Egyptian symbol for life. Ankh
A person's spirit or soul. Ka
A dead body which has been preserved or dried out. Mummy
An ancient Egyptian ruler. Pharaoh
A triangular building built as Egyptian tomb. Pyramid
A stone coffin. Sarcophagus
A picture used to write something. Hieroglyph
One of Africa's greatest rivers - which flows into the Mediterranean Sea. Nile River
A famous Egyptian queen. Cleopatra
A young pharaoh who became famous because his tomb was untouched when it was discovered. Tutankhamon
God of embalming. Anubis
God of the sky. Horus
God of the dead. Osiris
Goddess of love and beauty. Hathor
God of the scribes Thoth
A water-loving plant that is best known for making paper. Papyrus
A beetle that was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. Scarab
An Egyptian statue having the body of a lion and the head of a man. Sphinx
A sacred building used for religious purposes. Temple
The sea lying directly to the north of Egypt. Mediterranean Sea