Alike Hathor goddess Isis was mother goddess specified as mother of Horus - the king. The image of Isis and suckling Horus (especially bronze statuettes from late Graeco-Roman period) reminds Christian icons (mother with her child).
Isis was depicted with the head decorated with a throne or sun disc framed with cow's horns. Sometimes she was considered as throne personification. Goddess Isis was often depicted with large protective wings as well. Isis was a member of Heliopolitan Ennead and as Osiris' wife and Horus' mother she appeared in the triad worshipped in Abydos as well. Her best-known cult centre was situated on Philae island - on the southern Egypt border near Aswan.
Goddess Isis was tightly associated with magic. In myths there are many mentions about her healing ability and ability of changing herself to any form she needs. Isis had two important tasks - she was "Big white sow from Heliopolis" ho caused the birth of sacred bull Apis from Memphis (Mennefer). Her worshipping was spreaded to Syria, Palestine, Greece and whole Roman empire till Christianity coming.
Isis with Horus