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History's Vanquished Goddess ASHERAH: God's Wife: the Goddess Asherah, Wife of Yahweh. Archaeological & Historical Aspects of Syro-Palestinian ... Traditions, Macrocosmically Examined Paperback – February 21, 2014
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History's Vanquished Goddess Asherah cuts through the fog of fiction and presents factual, archaeological and historical information about the Canaanite and Hebrew goddess Asherah.
This is a must read for all serious students of Women's Studies and/or Religious History.
"In History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah, Darlene Kosnik gives us an excellent summary of, and thorough look at, today’s knowledge about this Goddess.
The book will be useful to the increasing number of people interested in this subject, and especially valuable to those doing research on Asherah and other Goddesses, particularly in the Levant/Ancient Near East/Western Asia. . . .
This ambitious book, that presents material from many sources, is a fine addition to the growing scholarly information on Asherah."
Judith Laura's review is available at [...]
a suppressed and forgotten history.
The immense number of female artifacts, and the story they reveal, is both remarkable and a little disconcerting.
Research like this will eventually force a rewriting of the past and we will all learn more about women’s rich heritage and history.
Anyone doubting the existence of a goddess will find the answer in this book.
There can no longer be any doubt about the importance of the ancient Mother Goddess Asherah.
The massive amount of archaeological and historical information make it an excellent resource and a must read for anyone interested in Religious History, Women's History and/or Ancient Goddess Studies.
The encyclopedic amount of information provides numerous jumping off points for future exploration.
This is true scholarship at its best.