Anaitis

Greek - The Greek name for Anahita. In some accounts she is equated with Ma. Occasionally referred to as Anaitis, Anat, Anat, Allat, Anahit, Anahita, Anaitis, Anata, Anath, Anta, Aphrodite, Ashtareth, Athtarat, Athtart, Attart, Hanatu, Queen of Heaven, Syria Dea, Anthat, Ashtoreth, Ashtoroth, Astarat, Astarte, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Yabamat Liimmim, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian, Anthrathi, Antit, Phoenician Antaeus, Anthyt, Phrygian Cybele, Sumerian Inanna or Baalat.
Mesopotamian - A Canaanite fertility-goddess. In some accounts she is equated with Anthat. Identified as Anaitis, Anat, Anat, Allat, Anahit, Anahita, Anaitis, Anata, Anath, Anta, Aphrodite, Ashtareth, Athtarat, Athtart, Attart, Hanatu, Queen of Heaven, Syria Dea, Anthat, Ashtoreth, Ashtoroth, Astarat, Astarte, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Yabamat Liimmim, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian, Anthrathi, Antit, Phoenician Antaeus, Anthyt, Phrygian Cybele, Sumerian Inanna or Baalat.
Persian - One of the yazatas assisting women. At childbirth. At times, referred to as Anaitis, Anat, Anat, Allat, Anahit, Anahita, Anaitis, Anata, Anath, Anta, Aphrodite, Ashtareth, Athtarat, Athtart, Attart, Hanatu, Queen of Heaven, Syria Dea, Anthat, Ashtoreth, Ashtoroth, Astarat, Astarte, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Yabamat Liimmim, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian, Anthrathi, Antit, Phoenician Antaeus, Anthyt, Phrygian Cybele, Sumerian Inanna or Baalat.

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