Qudshu


Qudshu
   Canaanite fertility goddess whose worship became popular in Egypt during Dynasty 18 and Dynasty 19. She is represented as a full-frontal nude woman and is often depicted with the Syrian war god Reshep.
   See also Anat; Astarte; Religion.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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