Isis

The Egyptian mother-goddess (goddess of the earth) who had many followers throughout the Empire. There was a temple to Isis in Rome. Every afternoon priests and worshippers would have taken part in water purification ceremonies. Isis was worshipped by women and was credited with giving women more power in Roman society.

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Isis

Isis was a great enchantress, the goddess of magic. She is often represented as a woman wearing on her head the hieroglyphic symbol of her name, which represents a throne or seat.
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Isis

the mystic 'Mother' of Nature in Egyptian lore. The 'woman clothed with the sun'.
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Isis

[n] - goddess of fertility
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Isis

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Pogson on 23 May 1856. Diameter in km: 94. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Isis

Principal goddess of ancient Egypt; the daughter of Geb and Nut (Earth and Sky); and the personification of the throne of her brother-husband Osiris. She searched for the body of Osiris after he...
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ISIS

Independent Schools Information Service.
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ISIS

Institute of Science in Society
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ISIS

International Society on Infant Studies
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ISIS

International Spinal Injection Society
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ISIS

Independent Schools Information Service
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Isis

(from the article `Sarton, George Alfred Leon`) ...of Ghent (Ph.D. mathematics, 1911), Sarton immigrated to England at the onset of World War I. In 1915 he arrived in the United States bringing ...
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Isis

one of the most important goddesses of ancient Egypt. Her name is the Greek form of an ancient Egyptian word for `throne.`[14 related articles]
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Isis

[genus] Isis is a genus of deep-sea bamboo coral of the Isididae family. ...
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Isis

The Isis was a British second-class cruiser of 5600 tons launched in 1896. The name Isis has been used for British naval warships since 1743.
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Isis

Isis is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Isis

[ship] The Roman ship Isis was a very large ship that operated on the Mediterranean during the Roman Empire around 150 AD, carrying grain from Egypt to Italy. The Isis was apparently 55 meters (180 feet) long and had a beam of 13.7 meters (45 feet). Its cargo hold was 13.4 meters (44 feet) deep. In his book Πλοἶον ἢ Εὐχαί (`T...
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Isis

[comic] Summary: I took this pic 45 minutes ago and am releasing it gfdl-self. Summary: I took this pic 45 minutes ago and am releasing it gfdl-self. ...
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ISIS

See Industry Support Information Services
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ISIS

(International Satellites for Ionospheric Studies) ISIS 2 A cooperative satellite project of NASA and the Canadian Defence Research Board to continue and expand ionospheric experiments of the Alouette 1 topside sounder satellite. The name was devised in January 1963 by...
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Isis

Isis (ī'sis) , nature goddess whose worship, originating in ancient Egypt, gradually extended throughout the lands of the Mediterranean world during the Hellenistic period and became one of the chief religions of the Roman Empire. The worship of Isis, combined with that of her brother and ...
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Isis

Isis: see Thames, river, England.
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Isis

In Egyptian mythology, Isis (Aset) was the daughter of Nut and Geb and the sister of Osiris, Set and Nebthet. She and Osiris had a dual function as fertility gods: she over saw love and union, he was the god of growth. They ruled Egypt as husband and wife; he taught his subjects the rule of law and respect for the gods; she taught them marriage, ho...
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Isis

Isis is an Egyptian name for girls. The meaning is `mythical godess of heaven and nature` The name Isis is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (9 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Aziza, Azizi, Azize, Azusa, Jesusa, Jozsa Similar names are: Iris, Ines, Ilise, Innis, Isme, Isla, Ilisa, Irisa, Issy, Issie, Isa See also: ...
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