Isis (Ancient Greek: Ἶσις, oreeginal Egyptian pronunciation mair likely Aset) is a goddess in Auncient Egyptian releegious beliefs, whose wirship spread throuoot the Greco-Roman warld. She wis wirshippit as the ideal mither an wife as well as the patroness o natur an magic. She wis the friend o slaves, sinners, airtisans, an the dountrodden, an she listened tae the prayers o the walthy, maidens, aristocrats, an rulers.[1] Isis is aften depictit as the mither o Horus, the hawk-heidit god o war an protection (awtho in some tradeetions Horus's mither wis Hathor). Isis is kent as protector o the deid an goddess o childer.

Goddess o mitherheid, cantrip an fertility
The goddess Isis is portrayed as a wumman,
wearin a heidress shapit like a throne; sometimes she is shown wi bird's wings an aw.
Major cult centrerPhilae, Abydos
Symbolthe throne, the sun disk wi cou's horns, the sycamore tree
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AffspringHorus an Anubis (Anubis is fostered)
ParentsGeb an Nut
SiblinsOsiris, Set, an Nephthys


  1. R.E Witt, Isis in the Ancient World, p. 7, 1997, ISBN 978-0-8018-5642-6