Category: isis

The departure of Isis from Byblos, griev…

The departure of Isis from Byblos,

grieving the death of her husband Osiris.

Illustration from ‘The Myths of Ancient Egypt’ by Lewis Spence, 1917

Evelyn Paul (1883-1963)

Decorated columns with deities at the Temple o…

Decorated columns with deities at the Temple of Isis, Philae, Agilkia Island

Temple of Isis at Philae, 1870

Temple of Isis at Philae, 1870

Carl Werner (German, 1808-1894)

Island of Philae, 1870, photographed by An…

Island of Philae, 1870, photographed by

Antonio Beato (1832-1906)

Goddess Isis spreads her protective wings on…

Goddess Isis spreads her protective wings on feet of Tutankhamun’s coffin

Women take part in initiation rituals for a …

Women take part in initiation rituals for a cult of Isis

House of Mysteries, Pompeii, Villa di Misteri

Herbert M. Herget (American, 1885-1950)

Sacrifice to Isis, 1965 

Sacrifice to Isis, 1965 

Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas (Greek, 1906-1994)

The goddess Isis on the facade of the Egypti…

The goddess Isis on the facade of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo

View from the River Nile of the Temple of …

View from the River Nile of the

Temple of Isis at Philae, Agilkia Island

Isis, the Egyptian goddess of Magic, is cons…

Isis, the Egyptian goddess of Magic, is considered by many to be the absolute ultimate in goddesses, and she is referred to as “The Mother of All Goddesses”. 

Contemporary Art by Deborah Bell (Australia, b.1959)