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Local representation of the Phoenician goddess Asarte as worshipped at Carthage, sometimes referred to as ‘the face of Ba'al’. The symbol of Tanit is a truncated cone surmounted by a disc. In a precinct dedicated to her were buried jars containing the cremated remains of infants sacrificed to her.

Subjects: Archaeology — Religion.

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