Egyptian Bronze Isis Nursing Horus

Egyptian Bronze Isis Nursing Horus

An ancient Egyptian bronze statuette of the goddess Isis nursing the infant Harpokrates. Isis wears a full length close fitting gown, a vulture headdress with a frontal uraeus surmounted by a solar disk with cow horns.

Late Dynastic Period, ca. 664 - 332 BC.
Height: 6 1/4 in. (16 cm).

Isis was the wife of Osiris, protector and patron of women, and model of conjugal love. She is often depicted suckling the infant Harpokrates. Later regarded as a healer, she became associated with Demeter, Aphrodite, and Hathor.

cf.: G. Scott, Ancient Egyptian Art at Yale, (Yale, 1986) p. 150, no. 84b.

Formerly in the collection of Dr. Isidor Silbermann, 1960s; subsequently in the J. W. collection, Salem, Oregon.

Inv#: 8911

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