Temple of the Goddess Isis at Philae,
detail from the back wall of the Inner Shrine of the “House of Birth” (the Mammisi):
the Goddess Isis suckling Horus the Child in the papyrus swamps, flanked by Thoth (at left) presenting the ‘Tyet’-knot and by Amon-Ra (at right) giving the 'Ankh’ (Life).
(Drawing from “Monumenti dell'Egitto e della Nubia” by Ippolito Rosellini, cfr. “The Gods of the Egyptians” by E.A.W. Budge)
I was reading that Conan the Barbarian was an inspiration for Bittersteel. Would you know what are the parallels between the characters and could Bittersteel be a character deconstruction of Conan himself in the World of Ice and Fire?