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Asherah: And pl. Asherim in Revised Version, instead of "grove" and "groves" of
the Authorized Version. This was the name of a sensual Canaanitish
goddess Astarte, the feminine of the Assyrian Ishtar. Its symbol was
the stem of a tree deprived of its boughs, and rudely shaped into an
image, and planted in the ground. Such religious symbols are
frequently alluded to in Scripture
(Exodus 34:13; Judges 6:25; 2 Kings 23:6)
(1 Kings 16:33) etc. These images were also sometimes made of silver or
of carved stone
(2 Kings 21:7) "the graven image of Asherah," R.V.