Athtart est une divinité ougaritéenne de l'amour et de la guerre. Il s'agit de la parèdre du dieu de l'Orage, Baal. Elle correspond à la divinité ouest-sémitique Astarté, qui est également identifiable à la déesse mésopotamienne Ishtar, ou à son pendant chez les Hourrites : Shaushka ou Shaushga. Elle porte le nom d'Ashtart en langue punico-phénicienne, Comme elles, Athtart est considérée comme étant la planète Vénus. Elle semble avoir comme descendance Aphrodite en Grèce, Turan en Étrurie et Vénus à Rome.

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