Statuette representing Isis and Osiris
A bronze statuette of the goddess Isis with outstretched wings around her husband and brother the god Osiris. In a bloody battle, Seth dismembered Osiris and spread his remains all around Egypt. Isis searched for the fragments to make a mummy and thus bring her beloved husband to life once again. Nevertheless, certain versions of this myth claim, that the goddess did not find his Penis, as it was devoured by the fish Oxyrhynchus.
Late Period, 26th Dynasty, ca. 664-525 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona. 01 E 97b