Asherah as “the Great Goddess of the Aegean"


Dating to ~1400-1300 BCE, this elegant ivory carving was discovered at Minet el-Beida. 

It is an Asiatic stylistic adaption of Creto-Mycenaean configurations, depicting Asherah as the “Great Goddess of the Aegean.”

Asherah’s other epithets displayed on this composition include “Holiness,” “the Goddess,” “Goddess of Animals,” “Mother Goddess” and “Vital Force of Nature.”
-History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah

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