A new Egyptian Goddess Isis Statue I bought on Aug. 11, 2010.
Back of my new Goddess Isis Statue I bought on Aug. 11, 2010.
A new Goddess Isis Statue along with other Egyptian items I own. Okay, you're right, there are other non-Egyptian items here as well. I wanted it to look pretty!
This fan was givn to me by my sister Arline last summer. She traveled to Egypt in 2008.
Many of these items were given to me by my sister Arline the summer of 2009. A sheet of stamps and coins from Egypt. Two bracelets from Egypt, one from my sister, one purchased by me.
A chain necklace with a small pyramid (I got these some time ago in Iowa) and a bone ankh (purchased here in Taos).
Two black and gold pyramids and the blue scarf is made in Egypt given to me by my sister. Three alabaster beads also given to me by my sister.
An ankh on a chain. Both purchased in Salem, Massachusetts last summer during my visit to MA/NH.
They are sitting on the Egyptian made scarf shown above.
Many of these items were given to me by my sister Arline the summer of 2009.
A sheet of stamps and coins from Egypt. Inside of a book my sister gave to me: Ancient Egypt and the Afterlife.
A postcard purchased last year by me here in Taos, NM.
The inside of a book given to me by my sister Arline the summer of 2009: Ancient Egypt and the Afterlife.
Inside of a book I purchased on eBay in 2009: Treasures of Tutankhamun
The Egyptian coins shown elsewhere along with a crystal pyramid I purchased on eBay several years ago. Also a small statue of the Goddess Bast I purchased in a store on Hollywood Boulevard during a visit at the beginning of 2006. And a black and gold pyramid given to me by my sister and shown elsewhere.
The three alabaster beads also shown elsewhere.
The Egyptian coins shown elsewhere along with a crystal pyramid I purchased on eBay several years ago. Also a small statue of the Goddess Bast I purchased in a store on Hollywood Boulevard during a visit at the beginning of 2006.
The Egyptian Goddess Bast, Anubis and Horus statues.
These statues are owned by my sister Arline; she lived in Massachusetts at the time.
She got them on her trip to Egypt.
I placed them on her dining room table to photograph them.
A statue of the Goddess Bast that someone gave me for Chirstmas 2007 and then I gave it back.
What a silly thing to do.
A couple of items I received from my daughter in 2017. A much better Egyptian Goddess Bast statue and a wonderful alabaster Eye of Horus pendant. I like this statue better than the one above. Photo by me on January 6, 2019.
If you would like to view the video I made from a book I have about the Goddess Isis, it is below.
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