Your point about the Romans is well taken, @kev. The gods of ancient Egypt have already proven adaptable to changes in culture and climate; I suppose it’s just up to us to keep an open mind, and see what new ways They show up in our lives.
I have a bad habit of being drawn to pantheons that don’t match the geography and climate where I find myself, and for me at least I find that makes it more difficult to connect. As a result I tend to drift towards Powers that have more ‘universal’ or abstract areas of influence—the sun, the stars, death, love, like that.
Regarding individual gods and goddesses, have you found that They adopt new signs and symbols in order to make Themselves known to you, to draw your attention or just remind you that They’re there? For example in Heathenry a lot of folks say they associate Loki with foxes (and coyotes, in the Americas). Those aren’t traditional, but it seems He’s been happy to adapt and ‘borrow’ local wildlife that come with trickster associations. Britain has no lions (anymore), or cobras, or scorpions (as far as I know?), or crocodiles, so some of the most salient sacred animals of AE don’t often make an appearance here. But in your experience do They find a way to use those signs anyway (through, I don’t know, TV or movies or social media), or have They taken up new, non-traditional signs that are more readily available?