I just finished reading a new dissertation: Ashby, Solange. “Calling Out to Isis: the Enduring Nubian Presence at Philae.” PhD diss., University of Chicago, 2016.
I found a few cultic references which I thought were interesting.
Some Nubian Altars to Her had:
- a horned altar–cow horns as she is a cow headed goddess
- a palm branch–to symbolize life and renewal
- Aset Emblem–sundisk encircling cow horns
- Pouring Libations–I’m assuming to the dead or to Wesir.
- Some altars had snake iconography
- Some altars had a three-petal flower emblem on bowls
- Within Nubia and at Philae, Aset was honored with Wesir, Heru-sa-Aset (with a Nubian place name epithet), Anubis and Nebet Het. She was also honored alongside some Nubian deities. (pages 195-202; 206-207; 243-244; and 256-258)