Anat

Anat ( /ˈænˌæt/ or /ˈɑːˌnɑːt/) or Anath ( /ˈænəθ/; Hebrew and Phoenician ענת, ‘Anāt; Ugaritic ‘nt; Greek Αναθ, Anath; Egyptian Antit, Anit, Anti, or Anant) is a major northwest Semitic goddess.

Read more about Anat:  ‘Anat in Ugarit, Anat in Egypt, Anat in Mesopotamia, ‘Anat in Israel, Anat and Athene, Possible Late Transfigurations, As A Modern Hebrew First Name

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Anat - As A Modern Hebrew First Name
... "Anat" (ענת) is a common female name in contemporary Israel, though many Israelis—including many of the women so named themselves—are not aware of it having been the name of a pagan goddess ...
Triple Deity - Triple Goddess Stone
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Ernst Gaupp - Selected Writings
... Zur Kenntnis des Primordial-Craniums der Amphibien und Reptilien ... (Regarding the primordial cranium of amphibians and reptiles) In Verh ...