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11. Enyo

Greece
Greek horror and war goddess, sometimes daughter of Ares. Associated with Bellona.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

12. Eshara

Chaldean
Chaldean war goddess.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

13. Inanna

Sumer
Love fertitlity and war goddess. Most important Sumerian goddess.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

14. Ishtar

Babylonia/Assyrian Love, fertility and war goddess, associated with a lion. Carries a staff known as a harpe that was, once, a weapon.
Source: "Ishtar, the Lady of Battle," by Nanette B. Rodney. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New Series, Vol. 10, No. 7 (Mar., 1952), pp. 211-216.

15. Korrawi

Tamil
Also called Katukilal. War and victory goddess.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

16. Menhit

Egypt
"She Who Slaughters." Lion and war goddess.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

17. Minerva

The Roman goddess Minerva at Corbirdge
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Rome
Multi-faceted virgin goddess. Goddess of wisdom, crafts, and warfare.

18. Nanaja

Sumer
Sumerian and Akkadian goddess of sex and war.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

19. Neith

Hieroglyph for Neith
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Egypt
Tutelary goddess of Sais. Represented with a shield crossed by arrows.
Source: "Notes on Cultural Innovations in Dynastic Egypt," by Walter Cline. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring, 1948), pp. 1-30.

20. Sakhmet

Sskhmet
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Egypt
Destructive lioness-headed Egyptian goddess associated with war and vengeance
Sources:
Encyclopedia Mythica.
"The King of Egypt's Grace before Meat," by A. M. Blackman. The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 31, (Dec., 1945), pp. 57-73.

21. Zroya

Slavonic
Virgin war goddess associated with the storm god Perun.
Source: Encyclopedia Mythica.

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