Isis was the Egyptian goddess of love, healing, fertility, magic and the moon. Egyptians also called her Aset or Eset, and over time she was the most worshipped goddess in all Egyptian culture. Such was her influence, the Egyptian goddess Isis continued to be worshipped during the Greek rule of ancient Egypt.
Isis’ Name Means Queen of the Throne
The Egyptian goddess Isis was once an obscure figure known as Aset or Eset, without dedicated temples in her name. But as the dynastic age grew, her influence expanded until she evolved into one of Egyptian mythology's most revered goddesses. Her name later evolved into Isis, a Greek variation meaning Queen of the Throne.