An Iseum, also spelled Isaeum, is a sanctuary (or temple) for the worshippers of the Greco-Roman goddess Isis. Isis was originally an Egyptian goddess who became hellenised and romanised. Many Iseums still exist today. They include the temple of Isis at Pompeii, a dedication at the Egyptian complex at Philae, and a scattering around modern-day Italy.
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