The earliest known celebration of mothers and Goddess Isis in ancient Egypt dates back to the third Dynasty (2650B.C.-2575B.C.) The Egyptians celebrated their goddess Isis, who was regarded as the Mother of the Pharaohs, each year with a special holiday.
Most of the dancers, musicians and singers during the festival were female. The festival was celebrated in different times and venues every tear, said Sabban, adding that the festival is related to an ancient Egyptian myth from which Isis earned her stature as the Mother of the Pharaohs.
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