Tanis Grab Psussenes The second pectoral Psusennes I is similar to that described above in some way. Again, the goddesses Isis and Nephthys lift (this time without wings arms) located in the middle of the winged scarab to heaven. "I came to your protection to be" announce the two goddesses. The scarab of lapis lazuli rises on the cartridge with the king named "Psusennes, beloved of Amun". I
Isis goddess in Luxor temple - Isis is one of the earliest and most important goddess in ancient Egypt. She was regarded as the feminine counterpart to Osiris, a role she probably occupied before the dawn of dynastic Egypt.
Guardian statue of Isis, sister of Osiris, mourning the deceased Meret-it-es Egyptian 30th Dynasty to early Ptolemaic Dynasty 380-250 BCE | Photographed at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri.