Beautiful Isis Tyet Knot Necklace, Isis Knot Charm, Egyptian Revival Necklace, Ankh Jewelry
28 mm height X 18 mm width ( 1 x 0.6 inch )
In many respects the tyet resembles an ankh, except that its arms curve down. Its meaning is also reminiscent of the ankh, as it is often translated to mean "welfare" or "life". The tyet resembles a knot of cloth and may have originally been a bandage used to absorb menstrual blood.
The tyet (Ancient Egyptian: tjt), sometimes called the knot of Isis or girdle of Isis, is an ancient Egyptian symbol that came to be connected with the goddess Isis. Its hieroglyphic depiction is catalogued as V39 in Gardiner's sign list.
Isis and Nephthys were the twin daughters of the divine couple Geb and Nut. These two sisters were inseparable and loved each other dearly. Isis was quite famous as a magician and healer. Her abilities went beyond healing: she was even able to bring Osiris back to life every time he was killed. She used her magic to heal her son Horus from childhood illnesses and injuries. Her magical spells were so powerful because she used them for helping, healing and protecting others. Among both mortals and gods, she watched over lovers, mothers, and especially babies. Isis was the goddess whom Egyptian mothers would ask to protect their children from illness. Certainly the most popular goddess in Egyptian history, this description of Isis is found inscribed at her temple, in Philae: "Mighty one, foremost of the goddesses. Ruler in heaven, Queen on earth... all the gods are under her command.
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