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...
Asherah was one of the two wives of El, the chief god of the pantheon. ... other
divine mother goddesses such as Inanna who were common within the region.
A pantheon was presided over by the father of the gods, but a goddess was the
.... During the Hellenistic Age, the goddesses Anath and Astarte (q.v.) were ... a
third part of the year Adonis was to dwell by himself; for a third part with Aphrodite
 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
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 ...
Apr 3, 2008 ... The supreme deity of the Canaanite pantheon was El, together with his consort,
Asherah. ... as the warrior goddess Anat and the love/fertility goddess Astarte. ...
or nationally—such as Chemosh—but not throughout the region.
Mar 15, 2002 ... Hebrew scholars now feel that the goddess Ashtoreth mentioned. ... click to
become a member! ... Inanna, an important goddess in the Sumerian pantheon,
came to be identified with Ishtar, but it is uncertain whether Inanna is ...
He was the oldest god in the Sumerian pantheon, and part of a triad including ... If
this be correct, then the goddess Nana (or Ishtar) of Erech was presumably ...
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Astarte: Greek, Assyrian, Babylonian; Ancient Fertility Goddess Passion:
Motherhood ... She is often seen as part of the Triple Goddess. .... For instance a
God from the Norse pantheon and a Goddess from a Greek or Roman pantheon.
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Mar 3, 1997 ... The antiquity of the worship of the god or gods of Baal extends back to the 14th ...
his death and resurrection as a part of the Canaanite fertility rituals. ... Baal, literal
meaning is "lord," in the Canaanite pantheon was the ... Both Baal and his cohort
Ashtoreth, or Astarte, who is equivalent to the Greek ...