Tanit, also known as Tannou or Tinnit, was the Phoenician and Carthaginian Goddess of the Moon. The Goddess was invoked for the city of Carthage’s protection and fertility. Tanit’s emblem is one-of-a-kind, stylised in the shape of a human body. It depicts a circle perched atop a triangle. The figures are separated by a horizontal line with upturned vertical bars on both ends. Some people believe that the circle represents the full moon.

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