Blessing: Anath is a powerful goddess, especially in times of conflict. She protected other gods, the King, and the whole populace. Although originally a Canaanite deity, she found her way into Egypt as early as the 16th Dynasty where she became a daughter of Re and consort of Set.
Epithets: Daughter, Virgin, Sister in Law of the People, Protector of the People
Equated with: Astarte, Atargatis, Sekhmet, Athene, Artemis
Associations: spear, lion, chariot
Ways to honor: Be strong and fearless; defend the downtrodden.
Ancient Texts – forthcoming
Anat’s Marriage by P Sufenas Virius Lupus
Hymn to Anat I by Rebecca Buchanan
Essays and Rituals – forthcoming
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