Anat (or Anatu)

Anat (Or Anatu)

the feminine Sacti of the Assyrian deity Oannes. She was the wife of Anu, and the impersonation of passive. reproductive matter. Her chief title was "the Lady of Death and Life." Under the name of Anaitis she was worshipped by the Egyptians, in which case she was regarded as a feminine form or wife of the god Reseph.

Bible concordance for ANATH.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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