A goddess known as Isis in ancient Greek mythology and goddess of fertility is worshipped on the island of Crete, Italy.
Greek-language media reported Isis was worshipped by the Phoenicians, the Greeks and the Romans.
Isis was the goddess of creation, healing and fertility in Greek mythology, according to the New York-based Archaeological Institute.
The goddess is said to have been born from the sea, the Greek word for “sea”, and was believed to have existed on all four continents and in all times.
Isis is also said to be the mother of Isis the goddess and one of the wives of Osiris, the Egyptian god of death and rebirth.
In addition, her name means “great mother”, according to Wikipedia.
Isis’ worship was widely known in ancient Greece and in ancient Rome.
Her statue was worshipped in Athens as a fertility goddess.
A statue of Isis in Rome, which is considered the most important Roman temple, was built in AD 250 by Julius Caesar.
According to the British Museum website, the goddess is also referred to as Isis the Virgin.
The statue was placed in the National Gallery in London, where it is said that she was taken to a cave by the Romans to give birth to Osiris.
The Greek historian Herodotus wrote about her in the fourth century BC.
According the New Atlantis website, Isis was known for her wisdom and the ability to heal.
The Ancient Greeks worshipped the goddess as a protector of women, a protector for children, and a helper for the sick.
According a 2016 study by the National Museum of Greece, Isis has been worshipped as a goddess for centuries in the Roman Empire.
The city of Athens, which had its own goddess, was known as the home of the god.
According it, it was the birthplace of the goddess Isis, and the city was considered sacred to her by the inhabitants.
The Roman goddesses Artemis and Ceres were also worshipped at the site of Olympia, the ancient Roman city, the museum said.
According her legend, Isis had been abducted by Poseidon and Poseidon’s daughter Andromeda was her mother.
Isis, who was born on the Greek island of Kos, had been raised in captivity by the pirates and was taken into the sea to give her a birth.
Poseidon, in an effort to make his daughter appear as a mother, told her to take a vessel, but when she asked for a drink, she found herself in the middle of a raging storm and drowned.
After her death, her daughter Isis appeared in the form of a beautiful woman, and became a goddess.
In the Greek mythology of Isis, she became a mother to Osiris and the god of fertility, and was later reborn as the goddess who gave birth to Isis the Egyptian goddess.