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Diosa Astarté

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Archeological site
Location type: Archeological site
Location address: 41013, Sevilla, Plaza de América, s/n
Number of texts: 1
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Goddess Astarte

Bronze lost wax cast.

Height, 16.5 cm., Width, 4.1 cm.

VIII century BC


The Carambolo, Camas, Seville.

This small sculpture depicts the Phoenician goddess Astarte, sitting on a stool in front of which bears an inscription whose translation would be: “This offering has made lytn B}, D} mlk son, and BDB} l, son of D mlk}, son of Ys} l, Astarte, Our Lady, because she has heard the voice of his prayer. ” Testimony is the oldest and largest in Phoenician found in the Iberian Peninsula.


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