A relief of a Ptolemaic Goddess as Isis, from the Temple of Horus at Edfu, dating from 3rd-1st Century B.C. Wearing a vulture headdress surmounted by a crown of Isis and the Double Crown of Egypt, she is seen worshipping the god of the city. This relief is in a prominent position on the first pylon at Edfu.
This is one of only two daguerreotypes in the photographer's archive identified as Idfu. The other is a smaller detail of a capital.