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The Egyptains believed that the pharaoh was the son of _______
A. Isis
B. Osiris
C. Bel
D. Re

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    Please be sure to indicate what YOU THINK the answer is and why. That's the way we can help you best.



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    Well I think it is either Bel or Re because Isis and Orisis were husband and wife and that means if it was their son I would have to pick both of them which I can't do.

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    I personally think it's actually D. Re.
    I absolutely love learning about Ancient Eygpt but I don't think I have ever heard these terms..... But your correct about Isis & Osisris. OF course... Hehe.

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