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Isis Collection

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty. Creator: Unknown

Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty. Creator: Unknown
Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period

Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period... Creator: Unknown
Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE) or later

Background imageIsis Collection: The Capitoline Isis, 1767. Creator: John Cheere

The Capitoline Isis, 1767. Creator: John Cheere
The Capitoline Isis, 1767

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis with Serpent Tail, 2nd century AD. Creator: Unknown

Isis with Serpent Tail, 2nd century AD. Creator: Unknown
Isis with Serpent Tail, 2nd century AD

Background imageIsis Collection: Figure of Astarte-Isis, 1st century BCE-1st century CE. Creator: Unknown

Figure of Astarte-Isis, 1st century BCE-1st century CE. Creator: Unknown
Figure of Astarte-Isis, 1st century BCE-1st century CE

Background imageIsis Collection: Seated Isis with Uraeus Modius Holding Child on her Lap, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE)

Seated Isis with Uraeus Modius Holding Child on her Lap, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Seated Isis with Uraeus Modius Holding Child on her Lap, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Figure of Bubaste or Isis, published 1829. Creator: W Walton

Figure of Bubaste or Isis, published 1829. Creator: W Walton
Figure of Bubaste or Isis, published 1829

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis Instructing the Egyptians, 1809. Creator: Carl Russ

Isis Instructing the Egyptians, 1809. Creator: Carl Russ
Isis Instructing the Egyptians, 1809

Background imageIsis Collection: Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Philae, Egypt, 1984. The Temple of Isis, an important Egyptian goddess, dating from around 700 BC, located on the island of Philae and moved here in 1960 after the creation of Lake Nasser

Background imageIsis Collection: Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Philae, Egypt, 1984. The Temple of Isis, an important Egyptian goddess, dating from around 700 BC, located on the island of Philae and moved here in 1960 after the creation of Lake Nasser

Background imageIsis Collection: Queen Nefertari being led by Isis, ca. 1279-1213 B. C. Creator: Charles Wilkinson

Queen Nefertari being led by Isis, ca. 1279-1213 B. C. Creator: Charles Wilkinson
Queen Nefertari being led by Isis, ca. 1279-1213 B.C

Background imageIsis Collection: Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Smell, Plate 5 from Neu Inv... Printed ca. 1750-56

Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Smell, Plate 5 from Neu Inv... Printed ca. 1750-56
Design for a Cartouche and Representation of Smell, Plate 5 from Neu Inventierte auf die artigste Facon Sehr nutzliche Schild. Printed ca. 1750-56

Background imageIsis Collection: Coin Portraying Queen Cleopatra I as the Goddess Isis, 146-127 BCE

Coin Portraying Queen Cleopatra I as the Goddess Isis, 146-127 BCE, issued by Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II

Background imageIsis Collection: Statuette of the Goddess Isis Holding the God Horus, Egypt

Statuette of the Goddess Isis Holding the God Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period-Late Period, Dynasty 21-31 (about 1069-332 BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Amulet of the Goddess Isis with Horus as a Child, Egypt

Amulet of the Goddess Isis with Horus as a Child, Egypt, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (7th-1st centuries BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Amulet of the Goddess Isis, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (?) (332-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Amulet of the Goddess Isis, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (?) (332-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Amulet of the Goddess Isis, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (?) (332-30 BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Amulet of the Goddess Isis, Egypt, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (7th-1st century BCE)

Amulet of the Goddess Isis, Egypt, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (7th-1st century BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Ring Depicting Isis and Horus, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (332-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Ring Depicting Isis and Horus, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (332-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Ring Depicting Isis and Horus, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (332-30 BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Plaque with Representation of Goddess Isis suckling Horus, Egypt

Plaque with Representation of Goddess Isis suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasties 21-25 (about 1069-656 BCE)

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis (Liber Studiorum, part XIV, plate 68), January 1, 1819. Creator: JMW Turner

Isis (Liber Studiorum, part XIV, plate 68), January 1, 1819. Creator: JMW Turner
Isis (Liber Studiorum, part XIV, plate 68), January 1, 1819

Background imageIsis Collection: The Boat Race, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Boat Race, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Boat Race, 1844. University teams rowing in Oxford....a recent boat race on the Isis, with a view of the famed " city of spires", from a sketch by Mr. Whittock

Background imageIsis Collection: An Allegory of the Arts with Isis and Geometry Attending the Three-headed Figure of

An Allegory of the Arts with Isis and Geometry Attending the Three-headed Figure of Painting and Sculpture, a Putto Crowning her with Laurels, 17th century

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis et Horus-Arsiesi - Bas-relief du Temple de Kalabcheh (Talmis), April 8, 1850

Isis et Horus-Arsiesi - Bas-relief du Temple de Kalabcheh (Talmis), April 8, 1850

Background imageIsis Collection: West Prospect of Oxford, 19th century, (1943). Creator: William Turner

West Prospect of Oxford, 19th century, (1943). Creator: William Turner
West Prospect of Oxford, 19th century, (1943). Boats on the Isis at Oxford. From " English Cities and Small Towns", by John Betjeman. [Collins, London, 1943]

Background imageIsis Collection: 1931 Morris Isis saloon with Winchester caravan. Creator: Unknown

1931 Morris Isis saloon with Winchester caravan. Creator: Unknown
1931 Morris Isis saloon with Winchester caravan

Background imageIsis Collection: Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC

Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC. Nefertari (1292-1225 BC) was the favourite queen of Ramses II

Background imageIsis Collection: Egyptian relief of Emperor Augustus (Roman) as Pharaoh, offering to Isis, c1st century

Egyptian relief of Emperor Augustus (Roman) as Pharaoh, offering to Isis, c1st century. At Egyptian Museum, Berlin

Background imageIsis Collection: Relief of Cleopatra and Caesarion, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, c125 BC-c60 AD

Relief of Cleopatra and Caesarion, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, c125 BC-c60 AD
Relief of Cleopatra VII and Caesarion (her son by Julius Caesar) before Isis and Osiris, Temple of Hathor dedicated to Hathor and Horus the Elder, Abydos, Egypt, late Ptolemaic & Roman Periods

Background imageIsis Collection: The temple of Isis and Osiris where Sarastro was High Priest, c1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel

The temple of Isis and Osiris where Sarastro was High Priest, c1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel
The temple of Isis and Osiris where Sarastro was High Priest, c1816. Design for an 1816 production of Die Zauberflote ( The Magic Flute ) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Background imageIsis Collection: The temple of Isis and Osiris, The Magic Flute, 1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel

The temple of Isis and Osiris, The Magic Flute, 1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel
The temple of Isis and Osiris, The Magic Flute, 1816. Stage design by Karl Freidrich Schinkel for The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflote)

Background imageIsis Collection: Statue of the goddess Isis, mother of Egyptian mythology

Statue of the goddess Isis, mother of Egyptian mythology

Background imageIsis Collection: View of the first discovery of the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, 1776

View of the first discovery of the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, 1776
View of the first discovery of the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, Plate XXXXI, from Campi Phlegraei: Observations on the Volcanoes of the Two Sicilies, by Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803)

Background imageIsis Collection: Statuette of Isis with Horus on her Laps

Statuette of Isis with Horus on her Laps. Found in the Collection of State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageIsis Collection: Egypt I. Spandrel above the grand staircase, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, 1890-1891

Egypt I. Spandrel above the grand staircase, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, 1890-1891. Found in the collection of Art History Museum, Vienne

Background imageIsis Collection: Isis - Reine D Egypte, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes

Isis - Reine D Egypte, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes
Isis - Reine D Egypte, 1403, (1939). The illustration is part of the manuscript De Claris mulieribus, traduction anonyme en francais (Livre des femmes nobles et renommees) by Giovanni Boccaccio

Background imageIsis Collection: Colonnade of the Temple of Isis, Philae, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Trade Mark

Colonnade of the Temple of Isis, Philae, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Trade Mark
Colonnade of the Temple of Isis, Philae, Egypt, c1890. The construction of the temple dedicated to the Ancient Egyptian goddess Isis on the island of Philae started during the reign of Ptolemy II

Background imageIsis Collection: College barges on the River Isis, Oxford, early 20th century. Artist: C Richter

College barges on the River Isis, Oxford, early 20th century. Artist: C Richter
College barges on the River Isis, Oxford, early 20th century

Background imageIsis Collection: The Isis Macaroni, 1772. Artist: John Collet

The Isis Macaroni, 1772. Artist: John Collet
The Isis Macaroni, 1772. Illustration from Social Caricature in the Eighteenth Century... With over two hundred illustrations by George Paston [pseudonym of Emily Morse Symonds], (London, 1905)

Background imageIsis Collection: The Buckle of Isis, 1923

The Buckle of Isis, 1923. Ancient Egyptian symbol thought to represent eternal life or resurrection. One of a series of WD & HO Wills Cigarette Cards called Lucky Charms, (Bristol and London, 1923)

Background imageIsis Collection: Magdalen College, Oxford, 1900

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1900. One of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Illustration from The life and times of Queen Victoria by Robert Wilson, (1900)

Background imageIsis Collection: A representation of November, 1757. Artist: Bernard de Montfaucon

A representation of November, 1757. Artist: Bernard de Montfaucon
A representation of November, 1757. A priest of Isis. A plate from Supplement au livre de L antiquite expliquee et representee en figures, Paris, 1757. Private Collection

Background imageIsis Collection: Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, Thebes, Egypt

Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, Thebes, Egypt. Portrayal of the goddess Isis

Background imageIsis Collection: A Corner of the Temple Isis, 1881. Artist: Zehrfeld

A Corner of the Temple Isis, 1881. Artist: Zehrfeld
A Corner of the Temple Isis, 1881. Published in L Egypt by Gaston Maspero, 1881

Background imageIsis Collection: Philae, 1838. Artist: David Roberts

Philae, 1838. Artist: David Roberts
Philae, 1838

Background imageIsis Collection: General View of the Island of Philae, Nubia, 1838. Artist: David Roberts

General View of the Island of Philae, Nubia, 1838. Artist: David Roberts
General View of the Island of Philae, Nubia, 1838. From Egypt and Nubia, Volume 1

Background imageIsis Collection: Grand Approach to the Temple of Philae, Nubia, 19th century. Artist: David Roberts

Grand Approach to the Temple of Philae, Nubia, 19th century. Artist: David Roberts
Grand Approach to the Temple of Philae, Nubia, 19th century. From Egypt and Nubia, Volume 1

Background imageIsis Collection: Fire and Water, The Magic Flute, 1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Fire and Water, The Magic Flute, 1816. Artist: Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Fire and Water, The Magic Flute, 1816. Stage design by Karl Freidrich Schinkel for The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflote), showing fire and water, two of the ordeals that Tamino, the hero

Background imageIsis Collection: Egyptian stele, Deceased worships Osiris who stands on pedestal representing Maat

Egyptian stele, Deceased worships Osiris who stands on pedestal representing Maat. Horus & Isis stand to left. National Archaeological Museum, Florence



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