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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood Characters

Merlin Stone
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Ishtar

The most popular Goddess among the Semites of northern and central Mesopotamia is Ishtar. She is Queen of Heaven, and it is that she descended from Venus.

Ashtart (Astarte, Ashtoreth)

Ashtart is Queen of Heaven. There are many connections between Ashtart and Ishtar, so many, in fact, that they are quite possibly the same Goddess. There are also those who believe that Ashtart is the same as the Egyptian Goddess Isis, and still others believe that she is the Greek Aphrodite.

Inanna

Inanna is granddaughter to the Sumerian creator Goddess Nammu. She is the most widely known Goddess name among the Sumerians. She is associated with the Semitic goddesses Ishtar and Ashtart, Egyptian Isis, Greek Aphrodite, and the Roman Venus.

Kybele (Cybele)

Kybele is the Mother of Deities, the magna Mater, in Anatolia, and later in Rome. She is also called the Mother Lioness and the Queen Bee...

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