- An ancient Semitic goddess of love and war, being the Phoenician, Syrian, and Canaanite counterpart to Ishtar.
- Canaanite/Ugaritic Mythology
- messengers and attacks them but is restrained by Athtart and Anat. Athtart rebukes Baal and calls on him to 'scatter' his captive, which he does.
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- Ashtoreth. Ashur. Assignation.
- The Doctrine of the Goddess Ashtoreth
- the Phœnician goddess of fertility; as well as the Babylonian goddess, Ishtar; Athtart of Aram; Astarte or Aphrodite of Greece; and Venus of Rome. b.
- Ancient Art and Artemis: Toward Explaining the Polymastic Nature of
- Athtart or Astarte in West Semitic religion, and Ishtar in Mesopotamian religion.
- Ishtar / Astarte / Aphrodite: Transformation of a Goddess
- M. Smith (ニューヨーク大学教授 米国) “„Athtart in Late Bronze Age Syria”. I.
- Athtart - Phoenician goddess
- Athtart, Baal's consort, was a benevolent goddess of sexuality, passion, creativity, and fertility, and the chief goddess of Tyre, Sidon and Byblos.
- Athtart definition of Athtart in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- Astarte (ăstär`tē), Semitic goddess of fertility and love.
- Flickr: Athtart
- Athtart's favorite photos from other Flickr members (36).
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