Isis was the goddess of love
Isis was the goddess of love, fertility, healing, and magic in ancient Egypt. In Egyptian culture, Isis was honored by many as she was seen as a friend of sinners, slaves, the downtrodden, and women, amongst others. As a maternal goddess, Isis was also the protector of the pharaohs. This is why the pharaohs found it so important to build the Temple of Isis where they could go to worship the goddess. In the Egyptian Temple of Isis, only pharaohs and priests were allowed to enter. Others would have to pay homage outside of the Temple of Isis.
Before they entered the Temple of Isis, pharaohs and priests would have to cleanse themselves in a special pool. Then they would enter the chambers of the Temple of Isis. These Temple of Isis chambers would gradually get smaller until they came to a small center area which contained the Naos. The Naos inside the Temple of Isis is a stone tabernacle which held a statue of Isis. As Isis had many cults of worshippers, there are also other Temples of Isis in other countries.