Astarte

[ballet] Astarte, choreographed by Robert Joffrey, was the first live, multi-media ballet with a specially commissioned rock music score composed and performed by Crome Syrcus. It received its world premier on September 20, 1967 and was performed by the Joffrey Ballet in New York at the City Center Theater. It was produced by Midge Mackenzi...
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Astarte

[disambiguation] Astarte is an ancient Semitic goddess. Astarte may also refer to: ==Arts== ==Biology== ==Places== ==Other uses== ...
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Astarte

[n] - (Phoenician) a fertility goddess
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Astarte

In Canaanite and Syrian mythology, a goddess of sexual passion (equivalent to the Babylonian and Assyrian goddess Ishtar). As goddess of maternity and fertility, she was associated with
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Astarte

As·tar'te noun [ Greek ... a Phœnician goddess.] (Zoology) A genus of bivalve mollusks, common on the coasts of America and Europe.
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astarte

<marine biology> A genus of bivalve mollusks, common on the coasts of America and Europe. ... Origin: Gr. A Phoenician goddess. ... (19 Mar 1998) ...
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Astarte

Ashtoreth noun an ancient Phoenician goddess of love and fertility; the Phoenician counterpart to Ishtar
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Astarte

• (n.) A genus of bivalve mollusks, common on the coasts of America and Europe.
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Astarte

(from the article `stage design`) ...and abstract designs. At times, the moving bodies of the dancers become the screen for the projections. The Robert Joffrey Ballet, which was also ...
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Astarte

great goddess of the ancient Middle East and chief deity of Tyre, Sidon, and Elat, important Mediterranean seaports. Hebrew scholars now feel that ... [6 related articles]
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Astarte

Astarte is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `Mythical goddess of Love` Where is it used? The name Astarte is mainly used In Near Eastern Mythology (Hellenized) .How do they say it elsewhere? Astaroth ( In Near Eastern Mythology) Ashtoreth ( In the bible and In Near Eastern Mythology) The name Astarte doesn`t appear In the US top 1...
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Astártē

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Astarte

Astarte (ăstär'tē) , Semitic goddess of fertility and love. She was the most important goddess of the Phoenicians and corresponds to the Babylonian Ishtar and the Greek Aphrodite. She took a dominant place in Middle Eastern religions, and the Jews strictly forbade use of her nam...
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Astarte

Astarte was the principal goddess of the Phoenicians, representing the productive power of nature. She was a moon goddess and was adopted by the Egyptians as a daughter of Ra or Ptah. In Jewish mythology, she is referred to as Ashtoreth, and sometimes considered the wife of Yahweh.
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Astarte

Astarte is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Astarte

In Canaanite and Syrian mythology, a goddess of sexual passion (equivalent to the Babylonian and Assyrian goddess Ishtar). As goddess of maternity and fertility, she was associated with Tammuz or Adonis, who represented the passage of the seasons. She was also a warrior goddess. Her main centre of worship was in Phoenicia, where biblical reference ...
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Astarte

Astarte i (Ἀστάρτη, `Astártē`) is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian (i.e. Assyrian, Akkadian, Babylonian) Semitic goddess Ishtar known throughout the Near East and Eastern Mediterranean from the early Bronze Age to Classical times. It is one of a number of names associated with the chief goddess or female divinity of those peoples. Sh.....
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