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Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia), 2nd-1st century BC. This stela comes from a religious precinct known as...
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Mosaic of Tanit, Cartaginian, 3rd century BC. Tanit was a Phoenician lunar goddess worshipped as the patron goddess of Carthage
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Polychrome funerary niche with religious symbols of Goddess Tanit, from Lilibeo (Sicily). Phoenician civilization, 1st Century BC
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Tanit goddess, Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura», Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain
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Tanit goddess, Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura», Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain
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Lady of Ibiza detail, a ceramic figure that dates from the third century BC representation of Carthaginian goddess Tanit
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Tanit, Female bust imported from Sicily, 400-300 b.C., Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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Female figure desnuda con pendientes en forma de cabezas, 450-350 b.C., Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza
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Tanit Goddess Bust on Exhibit at Necropolis Puig Des Molins in Ibiza Old Town - Ibiza
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Tanit, busto femenino importado de Sicília, 400-300 a. C, Museo arqueológico de Ibiza y Formentera, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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Tanit, Female bust imported from Sicily, 400-300 b.C., Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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Sanctuary of Tanit and Baal Hammon in Carthage
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Tanit, Female bust imported from Sicily, 400-300 b.C., Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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Tanit, Female bust imported from Sicily, 400-300 b.C., Ibiza and Formentera Archeological Museum, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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Tanit, busto femenino importado de Sicília, 400-300 a. C, Museo arqueológico de Ibiza y Formentera, Patrimonio de la Humanidad «Ibiza, biodiversidad y cultura»
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PHOENICIANS Spain III-II century BC clay figurines of the goddess Tanit GOLD RINGS WITH THE NOSE AND THE EARS  Madrid, Museo Arqueológico Nacional
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The Temple of Juno Caelestis, Dougga (Thugga), Tunisia. The Temple of Juno Caelestis was built between 222 and 235 by Julius Gabinius and his wife Julia Gabinia...
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The Temple of Juno Caelestis, Dougga (Thugga), Tunisia. The Temple of Juno Caelestis was built between 222 and 235 by Julius Gabinius and his wife Julia Gabinia...
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The Temple of Juno Caelestis, Dougga (Thugga), Tunisia. The Temple of Juno Caelestis was built between 222 and 235 by Julius Gabinius and his wife Julia Gabinia...
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The Temple of Juno Caelestis, Dougga (Thugga), Tunisia. The Temple of Juno Caelestis was built between 222 and 235 by Julius Gabinius and his wife Julia Gabinia...
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