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PaganNewsBeagle Airy Monday October 20

Happy Monday, today's Airy Monday News Beagle features archaelogical news of interest to Pagans & their allies: an Iron Age chariot; history of Aphrodite; South Indian mother goddess; more at Amphipolis; ancient Canaanite temple.

This "once in a lifetime" discovery unearthed of an Iron Age hoard that archaeologists believe was buried as part of an ancient (Pagan) religious ritual.

The Ancient Origins website discusses the complex history of the goddess Aphrodite -- who, many belief, didn't start out as a Greek deity at all.

This ancient Mother Goddess statue just uncovered in South India dates back to the 3rd century BCE -- much earlier than similar statues in India.

Holy Hermes! More amazing artwork seems to be being discovered at Amphipolis every day. This story describes the newest find -- a mosaic floor that features images of several Greek deities.

Speaking of ancient gods -- Israeli archaeologists recently discovered a huge temple complex dating to around 1000 BCE. This report suggests that it was dedicated to either Baal (famous from Old Testament accounts) or the goddess Anat.

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