Astarte or Ashtoreth (Greek: Ἀστάρτη, Astártē) is the Hellenized form of the
Middle Eastern ... Astarte is one of a number of names associated with the c...
Many of the gods and goddesses of the Carthaginians were similar to others in
the Mediterranean and Near East. ... Part 4: Celts and Carthaginians • Part 5:
Temples ... Astarte (or Ashtarte), the Queen of Heaven (similar to Greek Hera);
 was originally from the Near East and predominantly a war-goddess, though
she ...  She entered the Egyptian pantheon during the New Kingdom,
probably under ... At Tanis Astarte was part of a cult which included also Mut and
Apr 15, 2016 ... Did it seem like having a male God and no female part to God just didn't ....
Astarte is another well known and followed ancient Greek Wiccan ...
Astarte: Greek, Assyrian, Babylonian; Ancient Fertility Goddess Passion: ... She is
often seen as part of the Triple Goddess. ... place in the Roman pantheon.
The tomb was part of a cemetery located in the area of the ancient city of ...
describe the activities of the main gods and goddesses of the Canaanite
pantheon. ... figures that included the war god Baal and the war goddesses Anat
... of war and sexual love. Ishtar is the Akkadian counterpart of the West Semitic
goddess Astarte. Inanna, an important goddess in the Sumerian pantheon,... ...
Part of her cult worship probably included temple prostitution. Her popularity was
Apr 14, 2016 ... The gods and goddesses of Ancient Egypt were an integral part of the .... Astarte -
Phoenician goddess of fertility and sexuality, often closely ...
Gods and goddesses of the Phoenician cities: El, Baal, Adonis, Astarte, Echmoun
... ... The fragmentary aspect of the Phoenician political context has influenced the
... The pantheon of Goubal (Jbeil/Byblos) was dominated by the god El, the ...
She was worshipped especially in her aspect of a warrior goddess, often paired
with .... Ishtar is the one goddess in the pantheon who retains her independent ...