Home for two. This house shrine, or naos, published here for the first time, now resides in a private collection and most likely originated in Biblical Moab, in southern Jordan. In addition to several common symbolic elements often linked to the goddess Asherah, such as tree-columns, lion column bases, and a dove perched on the entablature, this naos also contains one unique feature: the representation of a double throne inside. The question is: Who sat on this throne?