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- Bodashtart (also transliterated Bodʿaštort, meaning "from the hand of Astarte"; Phoenician: 𐤁𐤃𐤏𐤔𐤕𐤓𐤕) was a Phoenician ruler, who reigned as King...
- The Bodashtart inscriptions are a well-known group of between 22–24 Phoenician inscriptions from the 6th century BC referring to King Bodashtart. The first...
- 850 BC. KAI 14: Eshmunazar II sarcophagus, 5th century BC. KAI 15-16: Bodashtart inscriptions, 4th century BC. KAI 24: Kilamuwa Stela, 9th century BC....
- recovered wealth and stature, the temple complex was greatly expanded by Bodashtart, Yatan-milk and later monarchs. Because the continued expansion spanned...
- he died at the premature age of 14, and was succeeded by his cousin Bodashtart. The king is known from his sarcophagus, decorated with two inscriptions...
- name was attested on many building stone-incised dedications dubbed the Bodashtart inscriptions that were found at the Temple of Eshmun in the hinterland...
- Tanit, face of Baal, and to Lord Baal Hammon: [that] which Arisham son of Bodashtart, son of Bodeshmun vowed (ndr); because he (the god) heard his (Arisham's)...
- Some key surviving inscriptions of Phoenician are: Ahiram sarcophagus Bodashtart inscriptions Çineköy inscription Cippi of Melqart Eshmunazar II sarcophagus...
- Amoashtart (Amastoreth, interregnum until Eshmunazar's majority) c. 525–515 BC Bodashtart c. 515–486 BC Yatonmilk c. 486–480 BC Anysos c. 480–479 BC Tetramnestos...
- sarcophagus (RES 1202) KAI 14: Eshmunazar II sarcophagus (CIS I 3) KAI 15-16: Bodashtart inscriptions (RES 766-767) Tyre KAI 17: Throne of Astarte Umm al-Amad...