Bel (mythology)

Bel (mythology)

Bel (.

ee also

* Belus
**Belus (Babylonian)
**Belus (Assyrian)
**Belus (Egyptian)
* Ba‘al
* Belial
* Marduk
* Bel and the Dragon
* EN (cuneiform)

External links

* [ Bartleby: American Heritage Dictionary: Semitic Roots: bcl]

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