Isis is not in greek mythology just mythology she is a egyption goddess
No that's Hera (In Greek mythology). Isis is an Egyptian goddess, i believe of messages or the rainbow.
Hera is the Greek goddess of women and childbirth.
No, in Egyptian mythology Isis was not the first goddess.
Isis never died in Egyptian mythology.
Egyptian mythology does not say where the goddess Isis married the god Osiris.
The goddess of love in roman mythology was Venus. Her greek name was Aphrodite. A part from those, she had no other names. If you mean other goddesses of love, then - Egyptian Mythology - Isis Sumerian Mythology - Ishtar Norse Mythology - Freya Hindu Mythology - Radha Aztec Mythology - Tlazplteol
Capitalize only the G i n Greek but not the mythology. It should be Greek mythology.
The word iridescence is derived in part from the Greek word iris (pl. irides), meaning "rainbow"; which in turn derives from the goddess Isis, who is the personification of the rainbowand acted as a messenger of the gods.
There is no Eric in Greek mythology.
Boltar is not from Greek mythology.
In Greek mythology it is Poseidon and in roman mythology it is Neptune
Mythology is about Greek mythology.