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Daughters of Allah - Al-Lat by gpalmer

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses calle. Daughters of Allah - Al-Lat

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In Mecca and the surrounding region, Manat was considered the goddess of fate…

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah." Muhammad is said ...

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah.

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Nov. 12, 1939: This photo, published shortly after the start of the Second World War, ran with this caption: “The Winged Victory of Samothrace, another great achievement of the ancient Greek sculptors, packed for removal in accordance with plans for its protection formulated far in advance of the war.” A 2009 exhibition at the Louvre showed photos documenting how art was relocated for safety during wartime. Photo: The New York Times

The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II. Fuente: The History Of The Louvre Museum Paris France bloodandcandies The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II.

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah."  Al-Uzzah was associated with the moon and the morning star. Her primary temple was at aṭ-Ṭā’if, near Mecca, but she was also worshiped by the Nabataeans at Petra, who associated her with the Roman celestial Venus.

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah.