Semitic Lore, Gods, Demigods, Heroes, Symbols, and Other Famous Mythological Characters

Allatum

A goddess of the underworld. In some accounts, identified as Allatum, Carthaginian Allatu, Carthaginian Allatu, Allat, Ereshkigal, Sumerian Ereshkigal, Sumerian Ereshkigal or Allatu.

Au-Aa

A deity. Sometimes identified as Au-Aa.

Baal-Lebanon

A storm-god. Also commonly known as Baal-Lebanon.

Balshameme

A thunder-god. Also commonly referred to as Balshameme, Baalsamame, Baalsamame, Balsamem, Balsamem, Balshamin, Balshamin, Balshim or Balshim.

Gad

A god of good fortune in Canaan and Phoenicia. In some references, identified as Gad.

Idurmer

A god of rain and thunder. Also identified as Idurmer, Ilumer, Ilumer, Babylonian Adad, Babylonian Adad, Enlil, Hadad, Ishkur, Mer, Assyrian Mer, Assyrian Mer, Adad, Sumrian Enlil, Sumrian Enlil, Syrian Hadad, Syrian Hadad or Balmarcodes.

Ilmaqah

A moon-god. Occasionally referred to as Ilmaqah.

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Kesil

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Mlk-Amuklos

A hero-god. Also known as Mlk-Amuklos.

Serim

Mythical hairy, goat-like beings. Living in desert areas: satyrs. On occassion, referred to as Serim, Sahirim, Sahirim, Se'irim, Se'irim, se'irim or se'irim.
Semitic Mythology