By Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway
Goddesses pervade our culture more than we even realize. They are in mythology, religious legends, history, folk tales and famous museums. Mythological goddess names are on everything from menus to running shoes. But how much do we know about the world’s many interpretations of the Divine Feminine? Have fun seeing if you can match the symbols and stories with the famous goddess legend.
Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway is author of The Goddess Pages: A Divine Guide to Love and Happiness (Llewellyn Books, 2008).
1. Julius Caesar caused a scandal in Rome when he built a statue of Queen Cleopatra, dressed as her patron Egyptian Goddess, Isis, in a temple devoted to which Roman Goddess?
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