Nah 3:4

3:4 With a change of imagery, Nineveh is likened to a beautiful and seductive “prostitute” for whose favor “nations” and “peoples” are sacrificed. Service of the gods, warfare, and commerce were closely intertwined. Seduction by Nineveh’s power and pomp implied apostasy from true religion and subjection to her “charms,” a term probably indicating the totality of pagan religion (Is. 47:12, 13).