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Topic - Semitic Dagon vs Dagon (Yangon) of Myanmar
Posted: 25 Feb 2021 at 03:28 By franciscosan
Looking it up on wiki, manat was goddess of destiny and fate, not mensuration??  But, of course, that dealing with an English interpretation, so maybe there is more to the story.  I am inclined to think it is a coincidence, and if it is not a coincidence, then so what?  Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan adoption of Manat seems like it would be post-Islamic, not something held over from pre-Islamic times, from thousands of miles away.  It would seem like to me that manat would stem from 'money' or 'monetary,' but I would be skeptical of those also.

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