The cult of Isis emerged in Roman religion from the 1st century. The Egyptian goddess Isis was worshipped combined with other Roman goddesses, creating new composite deities, such as Isis-Fortuna. In Ancient Roman pantheon Fortuna, the equivalent of Greek Tyche, was the goddess of fortune, good luck and fertility, while Isis was worshipped for her powers related to the afterlife.

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