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English: Baal Hadad (or Hadad) was a Canaanite/Syrian god of storms, thunder, and rain. His attributes were identical with those of Adad of the Assyro-Babylonian pantheon. He was the chief baal ("lord") of the West Semites (including both sedentary and nomadic Aramaeans) in north Syria, along the Phoenician coast, and along the Euphrates River. As Baal-Hadad he was represented as a bearded deity, often holding a club and thunderbolt and wearing a horned headdress. The bull was the symbolic animal of Hadad, as of the Hittite deity Teshub, who was identical to him.
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- Antiochus XII & Hadad.jpg 800 × 392; 112 KB
- Antiochus XII Houghton 864v.jpg 555 × 282; 62 KB
- Baal Hadad with horns.jpg 131 × 157; 7 KB
- Baal thunderbolt Louvre AO15775.jpg 1,725 × 4,011; 6.76 MB
- Hadad.jpg 135 × 407; 16 KB
- Pergamonmuseum - Vorderasiatisches Museum 045.JPG 1,147 × 2,099; 1.09 MB
- Pergamonmuseum Hadad 01.jpg 1,944 × 2,592; 1.58 MB