Persia has always been a country with a rich culture and like many ancient religions has produced a great number of gods for every tiny aspect of life (not to be called sexist, they made sure that there were gods as well as goddesses).
As Persia later on became part of Macedonia under Alexander the Great and then later on part of the Roman empire, the Persian, Greek and Roman religions became mangeled over time and in the end shared many gods, though they might be different by name.
Anahita: The ancient Persian water goddess, fertility goddess, and patroness of women, as well as a goddess of war. Her name means "the immaculate one". She is portrayed as a virgin, dressed in a golden cloak, and wearing a diamond tiara (sometimes also carrying a water pitcher). The dove and the peacock are her sacred animals. Anahita is sometimes regarded as the consort of Mithra.