Holiday in Huila – Huila Travel for Witts, Isis in the Ancient World, details the history of the Roman emperors’ devotion to Isis for example, he points out that Tiberius in AD is represented as sacriicing to Horus and Isis. In the Greco-Roman environment Horus was often called Harpocrates. As Sharon Kelly Heyob The Cult of Isis among Women in the Graeco-Roman World [Leiden Brill, , has written, To judge by the number of representations of Isis and Harpocrates it was in her role as mother that Isis achieved the greatest popularity in the Graeco-Roman world. Geraldine Pinch, Egyptian Mythology A Guide to the Gods, Goddesses, and Traditions of Ancient Egypt Oxford Oxford University Press For a fuller account of the Horus birth myth, see Bousset, Offenbarung, for his exegesis of Revelation , see pp. ? and Charles, Revelation, Bousset, in particular, points out the closeness between the Egyptian myth and the account in Revelation As Charles Revelation, highlights, there were different variants of the story another version has Isis giving birth at the conclusion of her light, at Chemnis. Contra many, including Adela Yarbro Collins, The Combat Myth in the Book of Revelation Missoula, MT Scholars Press Grant R. Osborne, Revelation, Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament Grand Rapids, MI Baker ; Frederick J. Holiday in Huila – Huila Travel 2016.