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Who are Ishtar and Tammuz?

Ezekiel 8:14 describes women in the Temple of Jerusalem 'weeping for Tammuz'. The women were weeping because the fertility goddess Ishtar (or Asherah) had condemned her lover (MORE)
In Iran

What were the Ishtar Gates?

The Ishtar Gate led into the city of Babylon ; see related link below .
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How is Ishtar like Artemis and Aphrodite?

Artemis is related to either goddess vaguely, in the sense that she is given some domain of fertility as the protector of women giving birth, but she would like prefer hunting (MORE)
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Who were ishtar and enki?

OKAY SO Ishtar is the goddess of love and war she. In her aspect Ishtar herself said to march at the head of army to lead and protect the kings of sumer Mesopotamia who gained (MORE)
In Babylon

How was the Ishtar Gate built?

The Ishtar Gate at Babylon construction with Glazed Brick Total Height-47 Feet, Width-32 Feet Neo-Babylonian 7th-6th Centuries BC Dedicator: Nebuchadnezzar II Language: (MORE)

Who was Ishtar in Bible?

She was the Goddess of Love and War mentioned in the Bible (a false god). She was predominately worshiped in Assyria and Babylon.
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In Easter

Does Easter come from Ishtar?

That's what I read, but I have also seen articles to the contrary, so I'm no longer sure.
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In Babylon

What was the Ishtar gate for?

The Ishtar Gate was constructed by the  Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II. It was the eighth gate of the  city of Babylon and was the main entrance into the city. That was  (MORE)