This roman Isis marble sculpture gives a clear texture, the beautiful face of an ancient Egyptian goddess, its whole body is made of marble, with a dark cloak, and the braided hair on its head reveals a trace of beauty under the cloak. Roman Isis is holding a wine bottle with food in his hand. The details of the cloak and the carving of the container are very professional carving techniques. Roman Isis from every angle will satisfy you.
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Isis is the goddess of life, magic, marriage, and fertility in ancient Egyptian mythology, and one of the gods of Heliopolis-nine pillars. Roman Isis is regarded as a model of perfect women. Not only was it the most important goddess in ancient Egypt, but it also influenced other parts of the Western world, including ancient Greece and Rome, and even the image of the Virgin and Child in the Catholic Church. They are all similar to the young Horus in the arms of Isis in ancient Egyptian art. She roman Isis is regarded as a great mother and loyal wife, patron saint of nature and magic. She was a friend of slaves, sinners, handicraftsmen, and oppressed people. She also listened to the prayers of the rich, maidens, nobles, and rulers. Roman Isis is often described as the mother and protector of Horus (although some legends say that Horus’ mother is Hathor) and is also known as the protector of the undead and young children.
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Myths about roman Isis:
In the classic myth about roman Isis, she is the eldest daughter of the god of the earth Geb and the goddess of the sky Nut, who was born on the fourth leap day. Married his brother Osiris, and became pregnant with Horus. Roman Isis played a key role in the resurrection of Osiris. When Osiris was killed and dismembered by Set, she collected the corpses scattered on the ground and used magic to bring him back to life. Among all the achievements of Isis, the most famous is that she tricked Seth into tricks, confessed her sins in front of the Nine Yuanshen, and discovered the true name of Ra.
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This myth became more important during the Greco-Roman period. For example, it is believed that the annual flooding of the Nile River is the sad tears that roman Isis shed when Osiris cried. Every year, people hold a ceremony to reproduce the death and rebirth of Osiris. The worship of roman Isis eventually spread to the whole of Greco-Roman and continued into the Christian era when the pagan culture was suppressed. The image of post-Isis feeding Horus milk was transformed by Christianity into a baby Jesus in the arms of the Virgin Mary at the beginning of the fifth century.