asherah

  • 1 Asherah — (from Hebrew אשרה), generally taken as identical with the Ugaritic goddess Athirat (more accurately transcribed as Unicode|ʼAUnicode|ṯirat), was a major northwest Semitic mother goddess, appearing occasionally also in Akkadian sources as… …

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  • 2 ASHERAH — (Heb. אֲשֵׁרָה), in the Bible both a Canaanite goddess and a wooden cult object. The Goddess A Canaanite fertility and mother goddess. Asherah is now well known from the Ugaritic texts, where she is called rabbatu atiratu yammi ( Lady Athirat of… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 3 asherah — 1863, wooden pillar used as symbol of Canaanite goddess Ashera, of unknown origin …

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  • 4 Asherah — Ashera Asherah (de l hébreu אשרה), est une déesse qui semble avoir été liée au culte de YHWH avant 600. Elle était peut être révérée comme son épouse. Sommaire 1 Les sources 2 Interprétations 2.1 Pour la Bible 2.2 …

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  • 5 Asherah — /euh shear euh/, n., pl. Asherim /euh shear im/, Asherahs for 2. 1. an ancient Semitic goddess, sometimes identified with Ashtoreth and Astarte, worshiped by the Phoenicians and Canaanites. 2. any of various upright wooden objects serving as a… …

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  • 6 Asherah —    And pl. Asherim in Revised Version, instead of grove and groves of the Authorized Version. This was the name of a sensual Canaanitish goddess Astarte, the feminine of the Assyrian Ishtar. Its symbol was the stem of a tree deprived of its… …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 7 Asherah — A goddess worshipped by the Canaanite predecessors of the Israelites to whom they were sometimes tempted to return. She was a mother goddess and is mentioned in the Ras Shamra tablets, and images possibly representing her on a sacred pole are… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 8 asherah — ashe·rah …

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  • 9 Asherah —    Alternative spelling of Aserah and Asherat in Babylonian myth. See also Ashtart …

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  • 10 asherah — …

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  • 11 Asherah pole — An Asherah pole is a sacred tree or pole that stood near Canaanite religious locations to honor the Ugaritic mother goddess Asherah. [ Nelson s Compact Illustrated Bible Dictionary , pp. 25 26, Thomas Nelson Publishers (1964), ISBN 0 8407 5636 5… …

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  • 12 Asherah (submarine) — The Asherah is or was a two man research submarine launched in 1964. Made by General Dynamics, Groton, Connecticut, USA, it can dive to 600 feet depth. The sub has the same name as Asherah, a goddess reviled by early Jews.… …

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  • 13 Ashera — Asherah (de l hébreu אשרה), est une déesse qui semble avoir été liée au culte de YHWH avant 600. Elle était probablement vénérée comme son épouse. Sommaire 1 Les sources 2 Interprétations 2.1 Pour la Bible 2.2 …

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  • 14 Origines du judaïsme — Le judaïsme est le plus ancien monothéisme encore pratiqué de nos jours. Sommaire 1 …

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  • 15 Yahweh (dieu du Proche-Orient) —  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Yahweh.  Yahweh est un dieu qui a été honoré dans tout le Proche Orient. Avec des noms différents mais avec des légendes toujours identiques : Genèse, Adam, Déluge, il a été honoré par les différents… …

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  • 16 Syrian and Palestinian religion — ▪ ancient religion Introduction       beliefs of Syria and Palestine between 3000 and 300 BC. These religions are usually defined by the languages of those who practiced them: e.g., Amorite, Hurrian, Ugaritic, Phoenician, Aramaic, and Moabite.… …

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  • 17 El (god) — Eli (Hebrew: אל) is the Northwest Semitic word and name either translated into English as god or God or left untranslated as Eli , depending on the context. In the Levant as a whole, Eli or Izer was the supreme god, the father of humankind and… …

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  • 18 History of ancient Israel and Judah — Further information: History of Palestine, Pre history of the Southern Levant, History of the Southern Levant, and History of the Levant The Iron Age kingdom of Israel (blue) and kingdom of Judah (tan), with their neighbours… …

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  • 19 Snow Crash —   Cover of the U.S. paperback version …

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  • 20 Yam (god) — Yamm, from the Canaanite word Yam , meaning Sea , is one name of the Ugaritic god of Rivers and Sea. Also titled Judge Nahar ( Judge River ), he is also one of the ilhm ( Elohim ) or sons of El, the name given to the Levantine pantheon. Others… …

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