Astarte

Phoenician - A Phoenician fertility-goddess. Goddess of shepherds. The Greek name for Ashtaroth. Consort of El. Consort and mother of Baal. She was adopted by the Egyptians as the daughter of Ptah or Ra and became a consort of Seth. In this role she is depicted naked on horseback. In Arabia, Astarte became the god Athar and the goddess Sams. She is sometimes depicted as a cow or as a woman with a cow's head, or identified with Ilat or Ishtar. In some references, referred to as Astarte, Anat, Anat, Allat, Anahit, Anahita, Anaitis, Anata, Anath, Anta, Aphrodite, Ashtareth, Athtarat, Athtart, Attart, Hanatu, Queen of Heaven, Syria Dea, Anaitis, Anthat, Ashtoreth, Ashtoroth, Astarat, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Yabamat Liimmim, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian, Anthrathi, Antit, Phoenician Antaeus, Anthyt, Phrygian Cybele, Sumerian Inanna, Baalat, Ashtart, Ashtart, Astarte, Astarot, Astarot, Ashtaroth, Astaroth, Astaroth, Inanna, Inanna, Inana, Innana, Innin, Innini, Inninina, Ishtar, Nana, Ninanna, Nininni, Ninni, Ninsinna, Innin(ina), Nana, Nin(in)ni, 'sky lady', Akkadian Ish(t)ar or Babylonian Nina.
Egyptian - A queen. Wife of Malacander. Also commonly referred to as Astarte, Anat, Anat, Allat, Anahit, Anahita, Anaitis, Anata, Anath, Anta, Aphrodite, Ashtareth, Athtarat, Athtart, Attart, Hanatu, Queen of Heaven, Syria Dea, Anaitis, Anthat, Ashtoreth, Ashtoroth, Astarat, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Yabamat Liimmim, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian, Anthrathi, Antit, Phoenician Antaeus, Anthyt, Phrygian Cybele, Sumerian Inanna, Baalat, Ashtart, Ashtart, Astarte, Astarot, Astarot, Ashtaroth, Astaroth, Astaroth, Inanna, Inanna, Inana, Innana, Innin, Innini, Inninina, Ishtar, Nana, Ninanna, Nininni, Ninni, Ninsinna, Innin(ina), Nana, Nin(in)ni, 'sky lady', Akkadian Ish(t)ar or Babylonian Nina.

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