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Monumental head of Isis  White marble Alexandria, Late Roman Republic, late Hellenistic, ca. 1st century B.C.

Monumental head of Isis White marble Alexandria, Late Roman Republic, late Hellenistic, ca. 1st century B.C.

Isis, Serapis and their child Harpocrates (Louvre Museum). Isis (on the left, holding a sistrum), Sarapis (wearing a modius), the child Harpocrates (holding a cornucopia) and Dionysos (holding the thyrsus). Marble relief, last quarter of the 2nd century CE, found at Henchir el-Attermine, Tunisia.

Isis, Serapis and their child Harpocrates (Louvre Museum). Isis (on the left, holding a sistrum), Sarapis (wearing a modius), the child Harpocrates (holding a cornucopia) and Dionysos (holding the thyrsus). Marble relief, last quarter of the 2nd century CE, found at Henchir el-Attermine, Tunisia.

Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess holding a sistrum. Found in Tivoli, 117-138 CE. Rome, Palazzo Nuovo.

Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess holding a sistrum. Found in Tivoli, 117-138 CE. Rome, Palazzo Nuovo.

Marble portrait of a young boy.Roman, about AD 150-200. From Rome, Italy.The boy’s hairstyle suggests he was a worshipper of Isis,the Egyptian deity whose cult spread widely throughout the Roman Empire, especially after Rome’s conquest of Egypt in 31 BC. The long locks of hair over the right ear are also found on representations of the son of Isis, Horus (Harpocrates). The locks were worn by followers until they reached puberty, when they were ceremonially shaved off and offered to the…

Marble portrait of a young boy.Roman, about AD 150-200. From Rome, Italy.The boy’s hairstyle suggests he was a worshipper of Isis,the Egyptian deity whose cult spread widely throughout the Roman Empire, especially after Rome’s conquest of Egypt in 31 BC. The long locks of hair over the right ear are also found on representations of the son of Isis, Horus (Harpocrates). The locks were worn by followers until they reached puberty, when they were ceremonially shaved off and offered to the…

A GREEK MARBLE BUST OF ISIS - PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C. | Christie's

A GREEK MARBLE BUST OF ISIS - PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C. | Christie's

A triptych portrait of the Egyptian goddess Isis Romano-Egyptian 100 CE Tempera on wood |

A triptych portrait of the Egyptian goddess Isis Romano-Egyptian 100 CE Tempera on wood |

Head of the goddess Isis, marble. From the Ekklesiasterion, the Temple of the followers of the Isis-cult in Pompeii 3,3. Claudian Age, 1st CE   Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy

Head of the goddess Isis, marble. From the Ekklesiasterion, the Temple of the followers of the Isis-cult in Pompeii 3,3. Claudian Age, 1st CE Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy

7313. EGYPTIAN TERRA COTTA FIGURE OF HARPOCRATES. Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, c. 3rd-1st century BC. The god child with prince's shaved head with sidelock squatting with finger to mouth and holding a jar. Some repair with gap on head, considerable remains of white pigment. 3.75 x 4.5 inches. Excellent composition.

7313. EGYPTIAN TERRA COTTA FIGURE OF HARPOCRATES. Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, c. 3rd-1st century BC. The god child with prince's shaved head with sidelock squatting with finger to mouth and holding a jar. Some repair with gap on head, considerable remains of white pigment. 3.75 x 4.5 inches. Excellent composition.

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