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Astarte or Ashtoreth (Greek: Ἀστάρτη, Astártē) is the Hellenized form of the Middle Eastern ... Inanna was also known by the Aramaic people as the God At...

Astarte | ancient deity | Britannica.com

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Hebrew scholars now feel that the goddess Ashtoreth mentioned... ... chief West Semitic goddess of love and war, the sister and helpmate of the god Baal.

Egypt: Astarte - Goddess of the battlefield - Tour Egypt

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Astarte. Astarte was actually a warrior goddess of Canaan and Syria who is a ... Astarte and the sea we learn that Yamm, the sea god, demanded tribute from the  ...

Astarte and Ishtar - WHEN THE GODDESS CALLED MY NAME

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In her aspect as a Moon Goddess, Astarte became the symbol of the female .... was believed to be the daughter of the Sky God, Anu, and a Fertility Goddess, ...

Astarte, Goddess of Fertility and Sexuality - Paganism and Wicca

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Some modern Pagans honor the goddess Astarte, who is a pre-classical ... and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger.

Astarte - New World Encyclopedia

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Astarte (from Greek Αστάρτη—Astártē) was a major goddess as known from ... They followed and worshiped various gods of the peoples around them.

Astarte - Crystalinks

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Astarte. Astarte is the name of a goddess as known from Northwestern ... two goddesses appear as daughters of Re and are given in marriage to the god Set,  ...

Astarte: Bible | Jewish Women's Archive

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Astarte is the Greek form of the name Ashtart, who, along with Asherah and ... are punished for straying after the god Baal and “the Astartes” (Judg 2:13–14; ...

ASTARTE WORSHIP AMONG THE HEBREWS - Jewish Encyclopedia

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10) like the Assyrian "ilani u ishtarati" for "gods and goddesses." ... It is usually assumed that Astarte Worship was always a foreign cult among the Hebrews; but  ...

Phoenician Religion -- Pagan

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The system of gods and goddesses in Phoenician religion was influenced by and ... Astarte was linked with mother goddesses of neighboring cultures, in her ...

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Ancient Egyptian gods: Astarte

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Ancient Egyptian gods: Astarte. Astarte, Egyptian Astarte ,[1] was originally from the Near East and predominantly a war-goddess, though she also displayed ...

Ashtart, the Phoenician Great Goddess--Astarte, Ashtoreth ...

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... Ashtart, the Phoenician or Canaanite Great Goddess, also known as Astarte. ... the virgin Warrior-Goddess Anath (Anat) as restraining the young God Ba'al, ...

Astarte - The Mystica

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Astarte, the ancient Phoenician great goddess of fertility, motherhood, and war, is the ... Anat, the consort and sister of Baal, the most active Canaanite god, was ...