Category:Baal Hadad

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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.
Hadad (es); হাদাদ (bn); Hadad (hu); Hadad (hr); ایشکور (azb); Hadad (de); Hadad (pt); Хадад (ru); 哈達德 (神) (zh); ハダド (ja); Hadad (tr); Hadad (tl); Hadad (id); Hadad (sco); Hadad (sv); Hadad (fr); הדד (he); Hadad (nl); 哈達德(神話) (zh-hant); 哈达德 (美索不达米亚神祇) (zh-cn); اداد (sd); Hadad (it); Hadad (en); هدد (ar); 哈达德 (zh-hans); ஆதாத் (ta) deity (en); אל הסער (he); ديوتا (sd); divinité (fr) 哈達德(神话) (zh-cn); 𒀭𒅎 (fr); アダド, ハダド神 (ja); حدد (ar); 哈达德, 哈達德(神话) (zh); 哈達德(神话) (zh-hans)
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