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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Study Guide Chapter 33, Atargatis Summary & Analysis

Merlin Stone
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Atargatis, Goddess of the Sea, climbs from the Mediterranean Sea with her infant daughter, Shammuramat. Atargatis is depicted with a fish tail, yet her daughter walks upon two feet. Atargatis leaves her daughter in the care of tender doves and returns to the sea. Shammuramat creates a shrine to her mother at Ascalon to house the doves of prophesy. Shammuramat then moves east to build the city of Ninevah.

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