ASTARTE was a Syro–Palestinian goddess widely attested throughout the Mediterranean Levant. References to her first appear in texts from Syria in the third millennium BCE (at Ebla and p...
ATHIRAT, called Ashiratum or Ashratum in Old Babylonian texts, was a West Semitic goddess, worshiped in Syria in the second millennium BCE and still widely attested in southern Arabia in the m...
The Goddess Astarte is believed to have appeared for the first time in Egyptian
mythology, as the daughter of the God Re or Ptah in the 18th dynasty. Her prime
association was with horses and char...