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 The Krewe of Isis  (Jefferson Parish)
The Krewe of Isis
Krewe organized in 1973
250 female riders
21 floats
10 marching bands / dance teams
Contemporary-style parade
King and Queen, officers, ladies-in-waiting
!BONANZA!  Bead bags abound with Isis, as well as king's doubloons.
The krewe was chartered in Kenner and paraded there for 7 years before joining the Veterans Memorial route.
In Egyptian mythology, Isis was the goddess of the moon and the earth, mother of Horus, and wife and sister to Osiris.  She also held the distinction of being worshipped by the Greeks and the Romans, making her very popular indeed.  Traditionally, the all-female krewe is noted for its delightful assortment of floats and the specatularly-attired maids are always a standout.
This krewe shares an Ancient Egyptian theme This krewe shares its Egyptian theme with Thoth, and Cleopatra.
 
Adonis Aladdin Alla Aphrodite
Aquila Arabi
Argus Atlas Babylon Bacchus Bards Caesar
Carrollton Centurions Chaos Choctaw Cleopatra d'Etat
Druids Endymion Excalibur Gladiators Grela Hermes
Iris Isis Jason King Arthur L'il Rascals Mercury
Mid-City Morpheus Muses Napoleon NOMTOC Okeanos
Orpheus Oshun Pegasus Pontchartrain Proteus Pygmalion
Rex Rhea Saturn Shangri-La Sparta Thor
Thoth Tucks du Vieux Zeus Zulu

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Elks
Jeffersonians

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Krewe of
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