This sculpture belongs to the corner of a building.
Isis is the greek name of this goddess, her Egyptian name was Aset or Ast. Her hieroglyphic name incorporates the sign for a throne, which Isis also wears on her head as a sign of her identity.
She was a major goddess in ancient Egyptian religion. She helped the dead enter the afterlife. Through her relationship with her son Horus (Sky god), she came to be seen as the epitome of maternal devotion. Her maternal aid was invoked in healing spells to benefit ordinary people.
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Ra is the ancient Egyptian Sun God, he represents sunlight, warmth and growth, and was revered as the God who created everything.
About his apprearance, Ra was usually depicted in human form with a falcon head crowned with a sun disc which is encircled by a sacred cobra named Uraeus.
He was considered the creator of everything, and something interesting is that humans were created from Ra’s tears.