AMAZING EGYPTIAN GOD ISIS OPEN WINGS STATUE
AMAZING AND UNIQUE ART OF EGYPTIAN GOD ISIS STATUE OPEN WINGS ,HANDMADE ,PAINTED GOLD BLACK MADE IN EGYPT
WEIGHT LBS 2.25
HEIGHT 12.99 WIDTH 2.99 length 3.14 INCHES
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Isis. one of the major goddesses of ancient Egypt, the wife of Osiris. When Osiris was killed by Seth, she gathered up the pieces of his body, mourned oh him, and bought him back to life, she hid their son Horus from Seth until Horus was fully grown and could avenge his father. Worshiped as a goddess of protection, she had great magical powers and was invoked to heal the sick or protect the dead .by Greco-Roman she was dominant among Egyptian goddesses, and her cult reached mush of the roman world as a mystery religion.
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EGYPTIAN GODDESS ISIS OPEN WINGS
Egyptian goddess ISIS OPEN WINGS treated as the mother of Horus even in the earliest copies of the Pyramid Texts. Yet there are signs that Hathor was originally regarded as his mother, and other traditions make an elder form of Horus the son of Nut and a sibling of Isis and Osiris. Isis may only have come to be Horus’s mother as the Osiris myth took shape during the Old Kingdom, but through her relationship with him she came to be seen as the epitome of maternal devotion.
In the developed form of the myth, Isis Egyptian goddess gives birth to Horus, after a long pregnancy and a difficult labor, in the papyrus thickets of the Nile Delta. As her child grows she must protect him from Set and many other hazards—snakes, scorpions, and simple illness. In some texts, Isis travels among humans and must seek their help. According to one such story, seven minor scorpion deities travel with and guard her. They take revenge on a wealthy woman who has refused to help Isis by stinging the woman’s son, making it necessary for the goddess to heal the blameless child. Isis’s reputation as a compassionate deity, willing to relieve human suffering, contributed greatly to her appeal.
Goddess of kingship and protection of the kingdom
Horus was equated with each living pharaoh and Osiris with the pharaoh’s deceased predecessors. Isis was therefore the mythological mother and wife of kings. In the Pyramid Texts her primary importance to the king was as one of the deities who protected and assisted him in the afterlife. Her prominence in royal ideology grew in the New Kingdom. Temple reliefs from that time on show the king nursing at Isis’s breast; her milk not only healed her child, but symbolized his divine right to rule. Royal ideology increasingly emphasized the importance of queens as earthly counterparts of the goddesses who served as wives to the king and mothers to his heirs. Initially the most important of these goddesses was Hathor, whose attributes in art were incorporated into queens’ crowns. But because of her own mythological links with queenship, Isis too was given the same titles and regalia as human queens.
Goddess of magic and wisdom
Egyptian goddess ISIS was also known for her magical power, which enabled her to revive Osiris and to protect and heal Horus, and for her cunning. By virtue of her magical knowledge, she was said to be “more clever than a million gods”. In several episodes in the New Kingdom story “The Contendings of Horus and Set“, Isis uses these abilities to outmaneuver Set during his conflict with her son. On one occasion, she transforms into a young woman who tells Set she is involved in an inheritance dispute similar to Set’s usurpation of Osiris’s crown. When Set calls this situation unjust, Isis taunts him, saying he has judged himself to be in the wrong. In later texts, she uses her powers of transformation to fight and destroy Set and his follow
|Dimensions||8 × 7.6 × 33 cm|
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