A statue of the winged goddess Isis in the shape of a woman whose head is crowned with the Hathoric crown (the sun disk between the cow horns), on a base of uraei. In the ancient Egyptian religious belief, Isis, along with her sister Nephthys, transformed into kites while searching for the body of her deceased husband Osiris. It was also in this form that they brought him back to life. For this reason, Isis was revered as a protector of the dead in her winged form that can be seen here.
Graeco-Roman Period (332 BC–395 AD).