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Queen Isis

Tomb of Horemheb (1321-1292 B.C.), New Kingdom, Egypt

Isis, spouse and sister of Osiris and goddess of fertility and motherhood, was very important and popular in ancient Egypt. She was moreover purported to have magical powers and gave birth to her son Horus even though her husband had been killed by his brother. She also aided the dead on their arduous journey to the afterlife.

This depiction of Isis is from the tomb of Horemheb, the last pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty who ruled from 1319 to 1307 BC.

  • M10EG - Mirror

  • Ø 7 cm. gold gift packed with brochure