Long buried in the sands of time, the suppressed history of the Great Canaanite/Hebrew Mother Goddess Asherah* is reconstructed through analysis of archaeological and historical aspects of pre-Biblical religious traditions. Asherah’s submerged story unfolds as the shovels of archaeology resurrect what the pens of history omitted. Following a trail of archaeological discoveries, Asherah’s history evolves through 555 archaeological drawings, 1,183 references, 183 mini-maps and 274 Similar Iconographic/Historic Associations. *A subject pioneered by Raphael Patai’s The Hebrew Goddess (1967) and William G. Dever’s Did God Have a Wife? Archaeology and Folk Religion in Ancient Israel (2005). -This ebook is a 186-page, condensed version of History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah print book. Due to the 100s of drawings and massive amount of archaeological and historical information, this is a research textbook and had to be presented in a fixed page format. It is best viewed on a tablet, ipad or computer.
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