A crude votive offering modeled after Astartes - Ishtar - etc. Certainly a cheap 'mass-produced' copy for the masses. Flaking plaster-like construction. Dating to as early as ~600 BCE, if real. It would have been 'given' as an offering to the goddess at a sanctuary. The Phoenicians occupied the area of present-day Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and northern Israel. A mainly maritime people, they held sway in the turbulent years after the collapse of the Bronze Age cities up until the rise of the Greeks.