The Four-Hundred-Year Stele records the appropriation of the Seth cult by Ramesses II, whose image and titulary are attached to it; see Breasted, ARE 3.539–540. An enormous XVIIIth Dynasty temple, surrounded by large numbers of trees (a grove to Asherah?) persisted into the XXIst Dynasty and may be identified as the temple of Seth (Bietak, Avaris and Piramesse, pp. 269–271, 282). But cf. Breasted, ARE 4.362, indicating that Ramesses III constructed a temple to Seth there. On the popularity of the Canaanite goddess Astarte in LB Egypt, see Wilson, “Egyptian Historical Texts,” ANET, p. 250 (a).