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Roman Bronze Bust of Isis-Aphrodite. Depicting the Egyptian goddess Isis, in the traditional manner of the Roman goddess Aphrodite. Wearing a diaphanous chiton over her shoulders, her hair tied back in a bun behind her head and over her head in a chignon, her curls flowing back. Wearing the crown with the crescent. 6,5 cm Provenance: European private collection 1980-1990.

Roman Bronze Bust of Isis-Aphrodite. Depicting the Egyptian goddess Isis, in the traditional manner of the Roman goddess Aphrodite. Wearing a diaphanous chiton over her shoulders, her hair tied back in a bun behind her head and over her head in a chignon, her curls flowing back. Wearing the crown with the crescent. 6,5 cm Provenance: European private collection 1980-1990.

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Isis-Fortuna; she has attributes of the goddess Isis (the headdress and Isis knot), and those of Fortuna (the rudder and cornucopia). (J Paul Getty Museum)

Isis-Fortuna Roman, AD The J. Paul Getty Museum “The Egyptian goddess Isis was adopted into Roman religion in the first century A. Isis was an ancient goddess with a wide range of powers,.

Traditional Roman households owned at least one protective Lares-figure, housed in a shrine along with the images of the household's penates, genius image and any other favoured deities. Their statues were placed at table during family meals and banquets. They were divine witnesses at important family occasions, such as marriages, births and adoptions, and their shrines provided a religious hub for social and family life  Photographed at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

A large and small statuette of Isis-Fortuna along with a figure of Helios from a Roman Lararium (household shrine) from Boscoreale, Italy century CE

bronze statuette of goddess with syncretic religious symbolism:  attributes of Isis, Minerva, and Fortuna; Roman, second century CE (said to be from Cyprus)

bronze statuette of goddess with syncretic religious symbolism: attributes of Isis, Minerva, and Fortuna; Roman, second century CE (said to be from Cyprus)

Roman Bronze Bust of Isis-Aphrodite. Depicting the Egyptian goddess Isis, in the traditional manner of the Roman goddess Aphrodite. Wearing a diaphanous chiton over her shoulders, her hair tied back in a bun behind her head and over her head in a chignon, her curls flowing back. Wearing the crown with the crescent. 6,5 cm Provenance: European private collection 1980-1990.

Roman Bronze Bust of Isis-Aphrodite. Depicting the Egyptian goddess Isis, in the traditional manner of the Roman goddess Aphrodite. Wearing a diaphanous chiton over her shoulders, her hair tied back in a bun behind her head and over her head in a chignon, her curls flowing back. Wearing the crown with the crescent. 6,5 cm Provenance: European private collection 1980-1990.

Statuette of Isis-Fortuna; Unknown; Roman Empire; 2nd century; Bronze; 19 cm (7 1/2 in.); 71.AB.180; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Isis-Fortuna Roman, AD The J. Paul Getty Museum “The Egyptian goddess Isis was adopted into Roman religion in the first century A. Isis was an ancient goddess with a wide range of powers,.

Isis and Aphrodite, Neues Museum Berlin

Isis and Aphrodite, Neues Museum Berlin

FOTO 5. BRONČANI KIPIĆ IZIDE FORTUNE (Arheološki muzej Istre, Pula)

FOTO 5. BRONČANI KIPIĆ IZIDE FORTUNE (Arheološki muzej Istre, Pula)

Roman oil lamp handle with Isis, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Roman iol lamp handle, Roman Egyptian terracotta two wicks oil lamp handle with Isis, 8.7 cm long. Private collection

Roman oil lamp handle with Isis, century A. Roman iol lamp handle, Roman Egyptian terracotta two wicks oil lamp handle with Isis, cm long.

Roman bronze ring with the bust of Isis in high relief on the plate. 1st - 3rd century A.D. Brown patina, intact.

Roman bronze ring with the bust of Isis in high relief on the plate.

Bust of Isis Fortuna, wearing a Hellenistic robe, and has a combination of remains of cow horns, sun-disk, and ears of corn as a crown on her head. Probably used as a steelyard weight. 2nd/3rd Century. 2 3/8” high. Mounted. From a Connecticut private collection, acquired 1976 from the Jerusalem art market.

Bust of Isis Fortuna, wearing a Hellenistic robe, and has a combination of remains of cow horns, sun-disk, and ears of corn as a crown on her head. Probably used as a steelyard weight. 2nd/3rd Century. 2 3/8” high. Mounted. From a Connecticut private collection, acquired 1976 from the Jerusalem art market.

Isis-Aphrodite with Egyptian vulture cap. Roman Period ca. A.D. 161–180. Country of Origin Egypt. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Isis-Aphrodite with Egyptian vulture cap Period: Roman Period Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt