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Kleopatra und Isis 
« Datum: 12.01.2018 um 12:39:34 »   

Hallo, Kleopatra wurde doch, wenn ich richtig informiert bin, mit der Göttin Isis gleichgestellt bzw. wie diese verehrt.  Jetzt habe ich gelesen (weiß aber nicht mehr wo ) , dass es Darstellungen von beiden gibt, also Isis und Kleopatra, bei denen sie sozusagen ineinander übergehen oder in einer Person dargestellt werden. Stimmt das, und gibt es einen Links mit einen Bild davon?
Danke schon mal!
Günther
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Re: Kleopatra und Isis 
« Antwort #1, Datum: 21.02.2018 um 05:49:17 »   

" Esquiline Venus " (Wikipedia) :

Zitat:
[Note 7 :] ... This identification is based on the statue's Egyptian-style robe, descending over a vase, the asp on the vase, and curly hair; if correct, these features could make it a cult statue of Isis, or an image (perhaps that set up by Julius Caesar) of Cleopatra VII as Isis or Venus-Isis (the two were frequently conflated). This view is backed by the Italian philologist Licinio Glori in 1955. Or she could be a copy of the statue of Cleopatra set up by Caesar in the temple of Venus Genetrix, a view supported by Bernard Andreae. For bibliography on this point, see here. ...


" A bronze coin struck in Cyprus showing Cleopatra VII and her young son Caesarion, 48–30 BC " (Coins at Warwick)

Zitat:
... On the front of the coin is an idealized portrait of Cleopatra as Aphrodite, the most important deity of Cyprus, whose sanctuary at Palaipaphos was famed in antiquity as the birthplace and home of the great goddess. On the coin, Cleopatra is also shown with her son by Julius Caesar, Caesarion, who is depicted as Eros in front of her. It is thought that the coin was issued to celebrate the birth of Caesarion. By appearing as Aphrodite and Eros, Cleopatra appears to be aligning herself with the ideology of the Caesars as being descended from Venus (Aphrodite's Roman counterpart) in order to secure a future for herself and her son, perhaps as Caesar's heir, in a very local context. ...

Sally-Ann Ashton : Cleopatra and Egypt. - Carlton : Blackwell, 2008. - ISBN : 9781405113908. - XII, 219 S. - Chapter 6 - Cleopatra as a Goddess (S. 126 - 146). - This chapter contains sections titled : The Development of Religious Policy through the Ptolemaic Queens - Cleopatra VII in Egypt - Cleopatra's Divine Titles - Cleopatra's Divine Statues - Isis - Universal Goddess.

Sally-Ann Ashton : Ptolemaic Royal Sculpture from Egypt - The Greek and Egyptian Traditions and their Interaction. - [London, King`s College, PhD, 1999]. - I: Text - [PDF - 14 MB]. - II: Catalogue of Sculptures - [PDF - 77 MB].

Hanan Khamis Al Shafei : The Crowns of Cleopatra VII - An Iconographical Analytical Study. - In: Scientific Culture 2-2. - 2016. - S. 29 - 38. - [PDF - 516 KB].

Gruß, Lutz.
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