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Semitic Goddess Astarte or
Astoreth Statue
 

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Modern Lady of the Beasts

Astarte Plaque
Hand painted resin plaque
 9 ¾" x 8 ¾"  / 24.76 cm x 22.22 cm

Beautifully detailed modern depiction of the ancient
Babylonian fertility goddess, shown here with her most powerful symbols; lion, horses, doves and grain.

$41.00

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Venus Astarte Syriaca Art Print by Dante Rossetti
Venus Astarte Syriaca Art Print by Dante Rossetti

Archival Quality Fine Art digital renderings on Canvas or
Fine Art cotton rag paper in several sizes.

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Gossess Astarte Statue astarte goddess statue  astarte statue Goddess Dancing Astarte Statue
 
Golden-sand colored Gypsumstone statue

9 inches High.The Goddess of ecstatic dancing appears in a bit of a trance in this sand colored statue. Color varies a bit as shown. Detailed skirt, head dress and wheat shafts give her dance some decoration.


$45.00
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[Ras Shamra, 1900 BCE]
Astarte Plaque  Astarte Standing Plaque
 Clay colored Ganges Clay and resin standing plaque. 
4.5 x 5.5 inches

$22.00
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astarte pendant Astarte Pendant
Nebula Pendant

$18.00
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bronze lady of the beast pendant
©Jane Iris Designs
Lady of Beasts Goddess Pendant
Sterling Silver or Bronze
This lady was worshipped in matriarchal societies and all manner of beasts were her friends and assistants.
Between her and the animal world there was no antagonism or hostility.
Some of her names were Diana, Artemis, Hecate, Astarte, Astoreth,
and Persephone. 
Measures approx 1 1/2 inches x 3/4 inch.
Comes with storycard and giftbox. Made in USA.

Bronze: $32.00
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Silver: $44.00
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Lady of Beasts Plaque Lady of Beasts Goddess Statues and Plaques Here

ASTARTE or ASTORETH

 is also known as Astarat and Astoreth. She is an incarnation of Ishtar and Inanna. This Semitic Goddess was worshipped by the Syrians, Canaanites (today called Palestinians), Phoenicians, Egyptians and other Semitic Tribes.

King Solomon built a Temple to Her as Astoreth, near Jerusalem. Astarte was worshipped as many things. To the Egyptians, She was honored as a Goddess of war and tenacity; to the Semites, She was a Goddess of Love and Fertility; among the Greeks, She was transposed into the Goddess of Love Aphrodite.

In the Bible, She is referred to as "the abomination". The bountiful qualities of the Great Goddess are reflected in all the principle Goddesses of the Meditteranean and Middle-East. The Egg is a sacred symbol of Astarte, representing fecundity, new life and the powers of the Goddess. The Pomegranate, the "fruit bearing eggs" is an important part of Her sacred rites.

The worship of Astarte spread far and wide, and in time, She was worshipped by the Phillistines, the Greeks, the Romans, the Sicilians, and in many parts of Europe and Africa.