The Many Faces of the Goddess: The Iconography of the Syro-Palestinian Goddesses Anat, Astarte, Qedeshet, and Asherah 

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Extrapolating further on the pioneering research done by Pritchard in 1943 and Schulman in 1984, Izak Cornelius correlates the iconographic stylistic similarities of thousands of Near Eastern images to the identified Egyptian Goddess Qds/Qudshu.*
Cornelius presents a catalog of photographs and comparative drawings with over 92 plates of images. 

*Throughout the years, the original 4 Egyptian hieroglyphic inscriptions have been variously translated into 17 differing goddess names, and, as an epithet for Asherah. 
-History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah

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