Category:Astarte (goddess)

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Astarté; Astarté; Astarte; Астарта; Astarte; Astarte; Астарта; آستارته; Астарта; Astarte; Astarte; 阿斯塔蒂; Astarte; Astartè; עשתרת; Astarte; 阿斯塔蒂; 阿斯塔蒂; Astarte; Astarte; 阿斯塔蒂; Astarte; Astarte; Астарта; Astarte; Astarte; Astarté; Astarte; Astarte; Astarte; Astarte; Ἀστάρτη; 阿斯塔蒂; Astarte; عشتروت; Astarta; Астарта; Astarta; Astartė; Астарта; Astarta; アスタルト; Astarte; 阿斯塔蒂; Asytoret; Astarte; Astarte; 阿斯塔蒂; Astarte; Astarte; عشتروت; 아스타르테; Astarte; عشتروت; Αστάρτη; Astartea; Diosa madre, fenicio-cananéa, de origen sumerio, y representa la naturaleza, la guerra el amor y la fecundidad; Fenicische godin; déesse belliqueuse connue dans tout le Proche-Orient, de l'âge du bronze à l'Antiquité; fruktbarhetsgudinna hos fenicierna och kanaaniterna; Dewi Orang Sidon; Kaananejska i fenicka bogini płodności; אלת יופי ופריון כנענית; dea Phoenicia; божество из древнегреческой мифологии; dea della mitologia fenicia e cananea, divinità della guerra, fertilità e amore; Himmelskönigin und Liebesgöttin mehrerer westsemitischer Völker; deusa fenícia da fertilidade, sexo, amor e guerra; Middle Eastern goddess, worshipped from the Bronze Age through classical antiquity; خدای باروری و رابطه جنسی; starověká semitská bohyně; Божество із давньогрецької міфології; Ashtaroth; Ishtahar; Ashtart; Astarte; Astharoth; Istahar; Ashtart; Aixtart; Astarté; Aschtoret; Aschtarte; Aštarte; Astarote; Asterote; Asteroth; Fenícia astarte; استارته; 亞斯他錄; 阿斯她祿; 阿什塔妲; Baalata; Aštartė; Astartea; アスタルテー; アシュタロト; アスタルテ; アシュタロテ; アシュトレト; アスタロテ; Ashtoreth; Ashtoreth; Деркето; Ашторет; Іштар; Атаргатіс; Attoret; Ashtart; Atirat; Астор, божество; Asjtoret; Ashtoreth; عشتاروت; أشتوريت; اشتوريت; Athtart; Aštart; Aštarté; מלכת השמיים; עשתורת
Astarte 
Middle Eastern goddess, worshipped from the Bronze Age through classical antiquity
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  • Canaanite religion
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Said to be the same asInanna, Aphrodite
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Wikidata Q130274
VIAF ID: 805767
GND ID: 118650750
Library of Congress authority ID: n2016036345
IdRef ID: 027454223
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English: Astarte, a Semitic goddess whose name appears in the Bible as Ashtoreth. She is everywhere the great female principle, answering to the Baal of the Canaanites and Phoenicians and to the Dagon of the Philistines. She had temples at Sidon and at Tyre (whence her worship was transplanted to Carthage), and the Philistines probably venerated her at Ascalon. Solomon built a high-place for her at Jerusalem which lasted until the days of King Josiah, and the extent of her cult among the Israelites is proved as much by the numerous biblical references as by the frequent representations of the deity turned up on Palestinian soil. More info.

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