Images of Isis




Statuette of Isis and Horus

isis and horus

Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this statue sits with the
image of Isis breast feeding her son Horus.  This statue was sculpted in
330 B.C.E, during  Roman occupied Egypt.
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTISTS AND HORUS



Isis-Aphrodite

isis and aphrodite

This terra-cotta figure is in honor of the goddesses Isis and Aphrodite.
This figure is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
This figure was sculpted during the the second century during Roman occupied Egypt.

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART--ISIS-APHRODITE




The Temple of Dendur

Temple of Dendur

This temple was built to honor the Goddess Isis.  It was built during the 15 B.C.E.
This temple has very interesting carvings of Isis, Osiris and their son Horus.  When light is
projected onto the carvings a shadow of these three gods gets casts on the wall of this temple.
This temple now stands at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART--TEMPLE OF DENDUR




The Temple of Philae Complex



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This is the complex at Philae.  This temple was used to worship
 Queen Isis, her husband Osiris and their son Horus.

THE TEMPLE OF PHILAE COMPLEX


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isis on the wall

This image is of Isis on a temple wall

ISIS



Isis on her Throne

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This drawing shows Horus suckling at his mother's
breast at the papyrus swap


ISIS ON HER THRONE



The Isis Knot

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This hieroglyphic symbolizes the birth of nature. 
It is named after Isis because she is the goddess
of all. It is often placed on a necklace with Isis' blood, which is
typically depicted with red stones.

THE ISIS KNOT



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This picture is found in Pompeii. 
This shows a ritual being preformed to honor Isis


POMPEII


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This picture shows the Temple of Isis at Pompeii

Temple of Isis

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