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Astarte - Wikipedia

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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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Mar 15, 2002 ... Hebrew scholars now feel that the goddess Ashtoreth mentioned... ... Semitic goddess of love and war, the sister and helpmate of the god Baal.

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 ...

Astarte - Crystalinks

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

Astarte - New World Encyclopedia

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Here, she 'asks Ba'al to "scatter" the sea-god Yamm after Ba'al's successful ... Astarte, or Ashtoret in Hebrew, was the principal goddess of the Phoenicians, ...

Temple of the Goddess Astarte - Spiral Goddess Grove

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Astarte is also known as Astarat and Astoreth. She is an incarnation of Ishtar and Inanna. This Semitic Goddess was worshipped by the Syrians, Canaanites ...

The Gods and Goddesses of Canaan | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of ...

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Although there existed no single state theology, the major gods reflect local ... of figures that included the war god Baal and the war goddesses Anat and Astarte.

Astarte - Egyptian Gods

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Discover fascinating information and facts about Astarte the Egyptian goddess of Horses and Chariots. The mythology and facts about the Astarte the Egyptian ...

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; ...

Ashtart, the Phoenician Great Goddess - Thalia Took

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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, ...

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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 ...

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, ...

Egypt: Astarte - Goddess of the battlefield - Tour Egypt

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From the woefully fragmentary papyrus giving the legend of Astarte and the sea we learn that Yamm, the sea god, demanded tribute from the gods, particularly ...