Statue of the Goddess Isida from III century B.C., in Ohrid.
Torso of the Egyptian Goddess Isida, 42 cm high, created from alabaster of on amber color, by very famous sculptors. Imported to Ohrid, once known as Lihnidos, the Goddess Isida, mother of the entire nature, rules from the underworld. Comforter of sufferers, it calms storms.
Ear-ring discovered in Berantsi, Bitola, in a grave dating from the IV century B.C.In the form of a creascent, made of gold filigree. The Winged Sphinx is on the upper part.
A peacock, a detail from the floor mosaic from the baptisteries of the Episcopal Basilica in the ancient city of Stobi from the V-VI cetury A.D. The peacock, a bird of paradise, drinking water from the source of life (cantaros) symbolizes the believers craving for the Christian religion, mental peace and tranquillity.
registered threedimensional watermark bearing image of "Torso of Godedess Isida".
2mm wide windowed thread, visible microtext bearing text abbreviation "NBRM".
multi-colored offset printed text and engraving.
changing under UV light.
in the thin line above the text "Narodna Banka na Republika Makedonija".
image of Isida divided into two parts, one on each side of the note, and which match when observed against the light.