Isis   - in ancient sources @

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  Isis   - an Egyptian goddess
Wikipedia entry
226/9b Seleucus brings a statue of Isis from Egypt, and displays it in Antio
174/1 ceia about the property rights of the sanctuary of Sarapis and Isis.
169/15a IsisHymn_5, invocations to the goddess Isis written down by Hor.
116/6 OGIS_137-139, a petition of the priests of Isis at Philae.
89/26a GIS_188 & 189, an obeisance to Isis performed by Tryphon at Philae.
62/17 rding an act of obeisance to Isis by Callimachus, governor of the The
58/69 uls ban the worship of Serapis, Isis and other eastern gods in Rome.
53/40 orders the destruction of the temples of Sarapis and Isis in Rome.
50/57 The senate orders the demolition of temples of Isis and Serapis.
48/73 omens, all the temples of Isis and Serapis in Rome are demolished.
46/31a privileges granted by Cleopatra to a temple of Isis at Ptolemais.
44/28a OGIS_184, an obeisance to Isis performed by the strategus Ptolemy
43/124 public temple is dedicated at Rome to Serapis and Isis.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Isis and Osiris
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_121   that the attendants of Isis wear, and he leapt about sha
Aelian:NA_10.22   ra, and deck the head of Isis with vultures' feathers, and
Aelian:NA_10.23   natives pay homage to Isis in a variety of rituals but
Aelian:NA_10.27   ulptors and painters represent Isis herself with the horns
Aelian:NA_10.31   eaddress, about the statues of Isis. And they deny that
Aelian:NA_10.45   twofold : first, when Isis was seeking everywhere for
AET_1.10   on their arms, to wit Isis and Nephthys, and they shall
AET_1.10.colophon   child: prophet of Osiris, Horus, Isis and Nephthys of the temple
AET_1.11   Declamation by Isis. She says :†
AET_2.3.A   lady of the Two Lands, Isis, was the one who ordained
AET_2.3.B   long in festival." Go before Isis and say, "Come to me
AET_3.2   announced to the priests of Isis of Coptos, and the chief
AET_4.9.A   the whole land, priest of Isis of the village of the
AET_4.9.C   paws are the paws of Isis and Nephthys, who travel thoughout
AET_4.11.A   Two Arsinoē, the goddess Philadelphos, Isis, Mother of Apis.
AET_4.12   (41)   proceeded to the temple of Isis, the Lady of Yat-u
AET_4.12.A   the child, of Chemanefer, of Isis who resides in the Castle
AET_4.13   proceeded to the temple of Isis the Lady of Yat-udjat. He
AET_4.15.A   . . . [ and Isis ] the great, divine mother,
AET_4.15.B   acts of praise, which (?) Isis has made great. Observe the
AET_4.19.A   Gods Epiphaneis,   Priest of Isis and Osiris . . .,
AET_4.19.B   of . . . and Isis of Chemmis,   Priest Of
AET_4.19.E   Wadjet,   of Horus and Isis of Chemmis,   of Isis
AET_4.20   25, on the feast of Isis, which is also the day
AET_5.7.A   Says Isis, the mighty lady, the divine
AET_6.7   of Thot, the priests of Isis, the priests of Amenothes, the
AET_7.9   the time that the queen Isis and the king [. .
AET_7.13.A   'sacred] foal' hieros pōlos of Isis, the great . . .†
AET_7.13.B   'sacred foal' hieros pōlos of Isis, the great . . .
AET_7.17.A   Haronnophris l.p.h. beloved of Isis, beloved of Amon the
AET_7.18.A   living forever, loved by Isis, loved] of Amon-rasonther, the
AET_8.9   shrine of basalt for Horus† Isis and Osiris upon the great
AET_8.12   (like Horus the son of Isis and Osiris, who avenged his
AET_8.19   Great Isis, mother of the god, giver
AET_9.12   Isis the great, the god?s mother.
Callim:Epigr_50   roasted figs and the lamps of Isis. & [51] & Phrygian
Callim:Epigr_58   In the temple of Isis, daughter of Inachus, is set the
Euseb]:Chron_131   led there was Horus the son of Isis. Then men became kings
Euseb]:Chron_133   Horus the son of Osiris and Isis. These were the first
Lucill_11.115   down on him the curse of Isis or Harpocrates or of any god
Lucill_11.212   Anubis & from the shrines of Isis. * & The dog-headed
Nicarch_11.115   down on him the curse of Isis or Harpocrates or of any god
Obseq_56   from heaven. A vision of Isis seemed to attack with a
OGIS_16   (271-246)   ed this temple for Sarapis, Isis and Arsinoē [
OGIS_21   (305-285)   icated to Sarapis and Isis by Nikanor and Nikandro
OGIS_52   (? 253)   adjacent shrine of Isis and the adjacent bare land
OGIS_82   (217-208)   s, and to Sarapis and Isis, by Lichas of Acarnania,
OGIS_107   (172-170)   way] was dedicated to Isis and [to the gods] who s
OGIS_119.B   their [ children; and to Isis, Sarapis ], Horos, [ and
OGIS_139   (c. 124-116) iests of the great goddess Isis in Abaton and Philai, greetin
OGIS_175   (104)   nse and the altar, to Isis Sononais, great goddess,
OGIS_177   (97/6)   bakery for Soknopaios and Isis Nepherses, the very
OGIS_185   (69) his obeisance to the lady Isis.   Year 12, Mesore 12.
OGIS_186   (62)   ave come to the lady Isis and have made obeisance o
OGIS_188   (? 89)   made obeisance to the lady Isis. In the 25th year,
OGIS_189   (? 89)   ve come to the lady Isis and made obeisance on beha
OGIS_196   (32)   eisance to the lady Isis, with Julius my son, and o
OGIS_342   (110/09) shrine and the statue of Isis Nemesis on behalf of the
OGIS_739   (112/11) of the very great goddess Isis, the mother of the gods;
OGIS_741   (52) for the very great goddess Isis and the very great god
PCairZen_59154   a supply for the festival of Isis. Farewell. Year 30,
PCairZen_59168   well as the] temple of Isis, [alongside the] temple of
PCairZen_59245   ers have fled to the temple of Isis in the Memphite nome.
Philip_6.231   ess with the linen robe {Isis}, come to my well-appointed
Plin:HN_5.51   offering in the temple of Isis at Caesarea, where it is
Plinius:Ep_10.33   the almshouse & and temple of Isis, although a road ran
Polyaen_7.3.1   attle near the temple of Isis, which is about five stades
POxy_1380   Aphrodite ; at Pephremis Isis, ruler, Hestia, lady of ever
PsCallisth_1.31   where is the shrine of Isis Nepheron, the first structur
SEG_18.636   (283-274) this shrine to Sarapis and Isis. †
SEG_25.501.B   (c. 85) Sacred sacrifices for Sarapis and Isis and the other gods, [and
SEG_44.1227.B   (86/5) the priest of Sarapis and Isis, I have found to be
SelPap_1.271C   (B.C.†) duties to Serapis and to Isis, both for† your own sakes
SelPap_2.242   cording to custom in honour of Isis the most great god
Syll_663   (c. 200)   hose of your consort, Isis, performed throughout al
THI_6   (46)   d that the temple of Isis built on behalf of our we
THI_102   (174)   riests of Sarapis and Isis, declared that a block o
THI_131   (c. 200)   o Sarapis and Isis] and the gods that [(?) share th
THI_178   eat of the assocation of Isis Snonais, the presiden
THI_257   (243) day [in the temple of Isis and the gods Adelphoi] in
THI_258   (c. 264)   eru, ArsinoŽ, the mighty Isis, the great Hathor&
THI_259   (217)   g-forever, beloved of Isis, when Ptolemy son of
THI_260   (186)   d at the sanctuary of Isis and of the two Gods Brot
ValMax_1.3.4   decreed that the temples of Isis and Serapis should be destroyed,
ValMax_7.3.8   costume of a priest of Isis, begging as he travelled along

  Isis   - in documents
SelPap_1.117 salutations to Heracleides and Isis. Ptolemaeus sal
SelPap_1.134 Isis to Thermouthion her mo

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