Isis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Egyptian goddess
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Seleucus brings a statue of Isis from Egypt, and displays it in Antio
ceia about the property rights of the sanctuary of Sarapis and Isis.
OGIS_137-139, a petition of the priests of Isis at Philae.
GIS_188 & 189, an obeisance to Isis performed by Tryphon at Philae.
rding an act of obeisance to Isis by Callimachus, governor of the The
uls ban the worship of Serapis, Isis and other eastern gods in Rome.
orders the destruction of the temples of Sarapis and Isis in Rome.
The senate orders the demolition of temples of Isis and Serapis.
omens, all the temples of Isis and Serapis in Rome are demolished.
OGIS_184, an obeisance to Isis performed by the strategus Ptolemy
public temple is dedicated at Rome to Serapis and Isis.
PLUTARCH, Isis and Osiris
roasted figs and the lamps of Isis. &  & Phrygian
In the temple of Isis, daughter of Inachus, is set the
led there was Horus the son of Isis. Then men became kings
Horus the son of Osiris and Isis. These were the first
(174) riests of Sarapis and Isis, declared that a block o
(c. 264) eru, ArsinoŽ, the mighty Isis, the great Hathor&
(217) g-forever, beloved of Isis, when Ptolemy son of
(186) d at the sanctuary of Isis and of the two Gods Brot
(41) proceeded to the temple of Isis, the Lady of Yat-u
eat of the assocation of Isis Snonais, the presiden
(172-170) way] was dedicated to Isis and [to the gods] who s
(271-246) ed this temple for Sarapis, Isis and Arsinoē [
(104) nse and the altar, to Isis Sononais, great goddess,
(97/6) bakery for Soknopaios and Isis Nepherses, the very
(62) ave come to the lady Isis and have made obeisance o
(? 89) made obeisance to the lady Isis. In the 25th year,
(? 89) ve come to the lady Isis and made obeisance on beha
(32) eisance to the lady Isis, with Julius my son, and o
(305-285) icated to Sarapis and Isis by Nikanor and Nikandro
(? 253) adjacent shrine of Isis and the adjacent bare land
(217-208) s, and to Sarapis and Isis, by Lichas of Acarnania,
attle near the temple of Isis, which is about five stades
where is the shrine of Isis Nepheron, the first structur
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