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Egyptian Isis Bird Trinket Jewelry Box Figurine
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Egyptian Isis Trinket Box - Collectible Figurine Statue Figure Egypt
This gorgeous Egyptian Isis Trinket Box - Collectible Figurine Statue Figure Egypt has the finest details and highest quality you will find anywhere! Our team prides ourselves on finding the best prices without reducing quality, and in this Egyptian Collection, we have definitely done just that! The craftsmanship of this lovely Egyptian Isis Trinket Box - Collectible Figurine Statue Figure Egypt is truly remarkable.
Egyptian Isis Bird Trinket Jewelry Box Figurine Details:
L: 4.25 x W: 2.5 x H: 6.5 (inches)
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This Isis Trinket Box depicts a pair of Isis’s perched above the lid of the trinket box. Isis was the ancient Egyptian divinity of maternity and fertility and was revered as the archetypal mother, wife, and also as the matron of nature and magic. Isis was worshiped as the helper of slaves, sinners, artisans, and the broken. Almost ironically, she was also regarded as one who answered to the prayers of the wealthy, maidens, aristocrats and rulers. Isis was also celebrated as the deity of simplicity, custodian of the dead and goddess of youth. Finally, she was viewed as the patron of bread, of beer, and of abundant field; Based on ancient Egyptian folklore, Isis was married to her brother, Osiris. Together they gave birth to the sky god Horus, who was associated with the falcon. After Osiris’s envious sibling, Seth, murdered Osiris, Isis toiled greatly to resurrect her deceased husband. She fetched all of Osiris’s body parts that had been flung all about the earth by Seth. After collecting all of Osiris’s body parts, she proceeded to use her magical skills to restore his body to life. In concurrence to this legend, ancient Egyptians believed that the annual flooding of the Nile River was caused by the tears that Isis wept for her dead husband, Osiris.
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