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Turning to Tanit

Tanit was the chief goddess of Carthage, the one-time greatest rival of the Roman Empire. The city was founded by immigrants from Phoenicia, and was probably a Phoenician colony before turning to self-rule. While Tanit is mostly associated with Carthage, … Continue reading

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Good Old Reliable Anath

Anath, a Semitic war goddess, is also known as Anat, but I prefer the former spelling because it’s pretty close to my own name. She is described as the sister and possible consort of Ba’al and the daughter of El. … Continue reading

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