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Ancient Egyptian Gods, Goddesses, and Monsters

There are a LOT of gods, goddesses, and monsters in Ancient Egypt. How many do you know based on the given clues? Sourced from Wikipedia.
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Goddess of truth and justice
Ma'at
Solar god, king of the gods in Lower Egypt
Ra
"The Hidden One," king of the gods in Upper Egypt
Amun
Fusion of the two above gods
Amun-Ra
Wife of the above god, with a name that means "mother"
Mut
Lunar god, son of the above two gods
Khonsu
Another lunar god, can appear as an ibis or a baboon
Thoth
Daughter of the above, goddess of scribes who wears a leopard skin
Seshat
The primordial waters, sometimes considered a god
Nun
The first of the gods, created from the above primordial waters
Atum
Son of the above, god of the air and wind
Shu
Wife of the above, goddess of moisture
Tefnut
Daughter of the above, goddess of the night sky
Nut
Husband of the above, god of the earth
Geb
God of agriculture who became god of the afterlife
Osiris
Goddess of magic, motherhood, and wisdom, wife of the above
Isis
Brother of the above two, god of the desert and chaos
Set
Wife of the above, goddess of mourning and the afterlife
Nephthys
God of the sky and kingship, depicted with a falcon's head
Horus
Wife of the above, solar goddess of love, music, and joy
Hathor
"Alter ego" of the above, lioness goddess of war, bloodshed, and healing
Sekhmet
Husband of the above, god of craftsmen
Ptah
Son of the above two, associated with lotus flowers and perfume
Nefertem
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Cat goddess, sometimes considered a solar goddess
Bastet
Crocodile god of the Nile
Sobek
Mother of the above, goddess of war, hunting, and weaving
Neith
Cobra goddess of Lower Egypt
Wadjet
Vulture goddess of Upper Egypt
Nekhbet
Jackal god who oversees mummification and tombs
Anubis
Jackal god sometimes mistaken for the above, "opener of the ways"
Wepwawet
Dwarf god, protector of households and children
Bes
Hippopotamus goddess, protector of mothers in childbirth
Taweret
Cobra goddess, associated with fertility and the harvest
Renenutet
Frog goddess, associated with fertility and childbirth
Heket
Ram god, associated with the headwaters of the Nile
Khnum
Wife of the above, goddess who protected Egypt's southern border
Satis
Daughter of the above two, goddess of the Nile's rapids
Anuket
War god, depicted with either a falcon's or bull's head
Montu
Sphinx god, protector of dreams
Tutu
"The Swift One," often depicted as a snake, lioness, or hare
Unut
Scorpion goddess, associated with poison and healing from poison
Serket
Ithyphallic god, associated with fertility and agriculture
Min
Brilliant physician and architect who was later deified
Imhotep
Chimeric monster who devours the hearts of the unjust dead
Ammit
The solar disc, worshiped as the sole god of Egypt for a time
Aten
Serpent of chaos slain by Ra and his retinue every night
Apophis
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