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Stone engraved with a sign of Tanit, V-II century BCE from Arados, now in the Louvre, Paris. The insular city of Arados, located in northern Phoenicia, was inhabited since the Early Bronze Age (3rd millennium BC) by peoples who engaged in maritime trade.
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Priestessing Tanit in Sardinia by Rita de Martis Tanit was the protectress of the Phoenician settlement Carthage, in North Africa. She was moreover worshipped as a fertility Goddess and as the Godd…

Stone engraved with a sign of Tanit from insular city of Arados, located in northern Phoenicia.

Stone engraved with a sign of Tanit, V-II century BCE from Arados, now in the Louvre, Paris. The insular city of Arados, located in northern Phoenicia, was inhabited since the Early Bronze Age (3rd millennium BC) by peoples who engaged in maritime trade.

Stone engraved with a sign of Tanit, V-II century BCE from Arados, now in the Louvre, Paris. The insular city of Arados, located in northern Phoenicia, was inhabited since the Early Bronze Age (3rd millennium BC) by peoples who engaged in maritime trade.
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Punic Art - 4th century b.C. - Limestone votive cippus with relief depicting a bottle on an altar, symbol of Carthaginian Goddess Tanit - stock photo
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Punic Art - 4th century b.C. - Limestone votive cippus with relief depicting a bottle on an altar, symbol of Carthaginian Goddess Tanit - stock photo

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Goddess Tanit symbol in Carthage
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grumble-grumble: “ Altar/Tophet commemorating sacrificed children, representing symbols of the consort of Ba’al, Tanit, Carthaginian and Phoenician Goddess of the moon. ”
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grumble-grumble: “ Altar/Tophet commemorating sacrificed children, representing symbols of the consort of Ba’al, Tanit, Carthaginian and Phoenician Goddess of the moon. ”

grumble-grumble: “ Altar/Tophet commemorating sacrificed children, representing symbols of the consort of Ba’al,  Tanit, Carthaginian and Phoenician Goddess of the moon. ”
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Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.
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Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.
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Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage
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An archaeological site believed to have been used for ritual sacrifice.

Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage

Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage

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Incense Burner, 1st Century AD. Treasures of Yemen. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Turkey

Treasures of Yemen. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Turkey

Incense Burner, 1st Century AD. Treasures of Yemen. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Turkey

Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal From Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia) century BC Dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish, son of Adon-Baal This stela comes from a religious precinct known as the tophet at Carthage.

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Финикийская надгробная стела из Карфагена  Богини Луны Танит (Пене баал) Лондон Британский музей.

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Signe de Tanit, stèle du tophet (lieu de sacrifices) de Carthage

Signe de Tanit, stèle du tophet (lieu de sacrifices) de Carthage

The Sign of Tanit on a votive stele with a crescent moon over the figure - Click on the images to visit the Historyteller website.

The Sign of Tanit on a votive stele with a crescent moon over the figure - Click on the images to visit the Historyteller website.

Tapering limestone stele fragment, detail of a Tanit symbol flanked by a hand and a caduceus. At the ends of crossbar are two curved "arms". There is a curved headdress possibly a crescent moon below the circle. Unusual features - use of caduceus finial with snakes' heads; elongated lozenge may be either male or female genitalia.

Tapering limestone stele fragment, detail of a Tanit symbol flanked by a hand and a caduceus. At the ends of crossbar are two curved "arms". There is a curved headdress possibly a crescent moon below the circle. Unusual features - use of caduceus finial with snakes' heads; elongated lozenge may be either male or female genitalia.

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The sign of Tanit on a funerary stone, Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale.

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Stèles portant le signe de Tanit utilisé par les Carthaginois.

Stèles portant le signe de Tanit utilisé par les Carthaginois.

Tanit and the symbols of Sumerian Inanna,  The Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon (by Amberinsea)

Tanit and the symbols of Sumerian Inanna, The Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon (by Amberinsea)

Limestone votive stela; decoration in low flat relief; in pediment is a 12 petalled rosette in a disk; 4 line neo-Punic inscription; symbol of the goddess Tanit is flanked by caducei; above them are astral symbols.

An ancient Phonecian limestone votive stela; decoration in low flat relief; in pediment is a 12 petalled rosette in a disk; 4 line neo-Punic inscription; symbol of the goddess Tanit is flanked by caducei; above them are astral symbols.

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