On two sixth-century B.C.E. stone capitals from Kition in Cyprus, the capital is surmounted by a female head wearing the Egyptian-style so-called Hathor wig, identifying the figure beyond doubt as Asherah, who is coupled with Hathor in Egypt and given the Canaanite name Qudshu, the Holy One. See Weinberg, “A Moabite Shrine Group,” pp. 44, 45. Even more decisive, this goddess Asherah actually wears a naos on her head, like a hat— and there are two more female caryatids, plus the nude goddess again, standing in the doorway.