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Black Rome's version of the mother Neteru- Aset..aka Isis...#from Kemet to Rome

Amazing statue of the Goddess Isis, Kingship and Magic - circa century BCE, from Greco-Roman period - at the Walters Art Museum

Roman Bust of an Empress as Isis. Bronze - Early 1st century A.D. |  The Detroit Institute of Arts.

Bust of an Empress as Isis, early century A.

Maat Goddess of Truth

As I am sure you know, Ma’at is the Egyptian Goddess of Truth, Universal Order, and Right. The ideas related to Her form the core of the ancient Egyptian conception of the way things should be.

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Isis-Fortuna; she has attributes of the goddess Isis (the headdress and Isis knot), and those of Fortuna (the rudder and cornucopia). (J Paul Getty Museum)

Isis-Fortuna Roman, AD The J. Paul Getty Museum “The Egyptian goddess Isis was adopted into Roman religion in the first century A. Isis was an ancient goddess with a wide range of powers,.

Terracotta jointed "doll"  Period: Classical Date: 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm)

Terracotta jointed "doll"

Terracotta figurine with articulated arms and legs [Greek, Corinthian], early century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Goddess Isis nursing the child Horus. This Hellenistic version of the Egyptian goddess Isis wears a fringed cape around her shoulders and vinebranches in her hair. Terracotta (330 BCE-1 CE) from Alexandria, Egypt   Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

The Goddess Isis nursing the child Horus.

"Gilgamesh was the fifth king of Uruk. Reigned for 126 years. In the Tummal Inscription, Gilgamesh and his son, Urlugal, built the sanctuary of the goddess Ninlil, in Tummal. The Epic of Gilgamesh, is the greatest surviving work of early Mesopotamian literature. His father was Lugalbanda & his mother was Ninsun, a goddess. In Mesopotamian mythology, Gilgamesh is a demigod who built the city walls of Uruk to defend his people from external threats. He is usually described as 2/3 god & 1/3…

Colossal statue of the Sumerian hero ‘Gilgamesh’ ruler of the URUK. Plaster cast © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Vorderasiatisches Museum / photo: Olaf M.

Green and brown patina figure of Isis. Roman. Imperial Period. 1st - 2nd century A.D. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Green and brown patina figure of Isis.

Statuette of Isis-Aphrodite 1st-2nd centuy AD; Roman Egypt

Madame de Pompadour — Statuette of Isis-Aphrodite, Ptolemaic- Roman.

Faience winged goddess pectoral. Front view. Nubian. Napatan Period. Reign of Piankhy (Piye). 743–712 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Amulet of a winged goddess pectoral Nubian Napatan Period, reign of Piankhy (Piye) B.

The ancient Egyptian god of the sun, son of Osiris and Isis, represented as having the head of a hawk.

Horus/Heru The younger. Son of Osiris/Ausir and Auset/Isis. Rival and companion of his uncle Set. This is him as a child in the reeds. In this form he was to protect from the dangers of the marsh

Isis: Roman Empire 2nd-3rd century, standing women with long robe.

Isis-Fortuna Figurine Roman Imperial Period - century A. Bronze > www.

Isis, connected to the dead, healer, mother figure, fertility.

Top 10 Earth Goddesses

One of the most important deities of ancient Egypt, Isis held several roles. Not only was she a principal deity in the rites connected with the dead, but she was also a magical healer, and as a mother.

isis_fortuna. Silver statuette of the goddess with syncretic symbolism: the attributes of Isis (uraeus--cobra--headdress, small bucket on arm) and Fortuna (ship's rudder). Roman, 1st century CE. Naples, National Archaeological Museum.

Silver statuette of the goddess with syncretic symbolism: the attributes of Isis (uraeus--cobra--headdress, small bucket on arm) and Fortuna (ship's rudder).

Flidais       Protectress of the Forest    An Irish Celtic forest goddess, protectress of wild places and the animals that dwell therein, Flidais in the ancient tales is portrayed as riding in a chariot drawn by wild stags. As goddess of animals and the hunt she is sometimes compared to the Roman Diana and the Greek Artemis.

Flidais, Protectress of the Forest. An Irish Celtic forest goddess, protectress of wild places and the animals that dwell therein, Flidais in the ancient tales is portrayed as riding in a chariot drawn by wild stags.

Ancient Egyptian bronze statue of the Goddess Aset (Isis in Greek), dating to the 25th (Kushite) dynasty

Bronze Egyptian Goddess A very large, beautiful and elegant ancient Egyptian bronze statue of the Goddess Aset (Isis in Greek), dating to the (Kushite) dynasty.

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