Allat (or Ellat)
Goddess of the ancient Arabs of pre-Islamic times, associated
with the god Dhu-shara, known as Allah (supreme god),
worshiped in the form of a rectangular stone, reminiscent of
the later Kaaba of Mecca. Allat is mentioned in the Koran as a
pagan goddess. She is said to have been joint ruler with Allah
and judge of the afterlife.

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