Taj Mahal in the 1860’s, Agra
Horus and his mother, Isis, were attacked while hiding in the marshes of the Delta. Thoth, the god of medicine, cured Horus and granted him power over dangerous creatures like snakes and scorpions, representations of chaos. On this cippus, the symbol for Isis in the marshes can be seen to the right of Horus’ head, as well as other gods such as Bes and Selkis, the scorpion goddess.
Rick Griffin Illustration
Isis, Mosaize Historie der Hebreeuwse Kerke
Electricity Pavilion at the 1939 World Exposition, New York
Gloria Swanson, 1924
Erte- Blossom Umbrella