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Philistines offering Saul's armour to the Canaanite and Phoenician goddess of fertility, Astaroth (Ashtoreth). Called Ishtar (Venus) by the Babylonians and Astarte by the Greeks. Samuel I 31:10. From evangelical 'Bible', London, c.1804

Philistines offering Saul's armour to the Canaanite and Phoenician goddess of fertility, Astaroth (Ashtoreth). Called Ishtar (Venus) by the Babylonians and Astarte by the Greeks. Samuel I 31:10. From evangelical 'Bible', London, c.1804 Stock Photo
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Philistines offering Saul's armour to the Canaanite and Phoenician goddess of fertility, Astaroth (Ashtoreth). Called Ishtar (Venus) by the Babylonians and Astarte by the Greeks. Samuel I 31:10. From evangelical 'Bible', London, c.1804