Definition of Astarts
1. astart [v] - See also: astart
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Astarts
astarts (current term)
Literary usage of Astarts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1894)
"For there, too, rolled Th' " eternal strife " whose island-fields he sought From Mongibello to the wind-swept crest Of Julian and AstartS. ..."
2. Report of the Rugby School Natural History Society by Rugby School Natural History Society (1874)
"Lingula ovalis. Sow. Ostrea. 2 spec. Area (including a form which is Pecten arcuatus. Sow. astarts aliena. Phil. Pecten. (A form with coarse probably new). ..."
3. Bentley's Monthly Review, Or, Literary Argus (1854)
"... and temple we find mentioned in many places in scripture, and who in the Septuagint is called by the Phoenician name of AstartS, was the same with Juno. ..."