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  • curprev 01:3501:35, 20 August 2022WahbAllat talk contribs 1,080 bytes +1,080 Created page with "Tayma’ had an Aramean pantheon. Its pantheon was made up of the gods Ṣalam (صلم) of Maḥram, Ašima (أشيما), and Šangila (شنجلا). The personality of this triad is mostly unknown to us. There was another deity called Ṣalam of Hagam. Maḥram and Hagam were most likely temples or sanctuaries. The word maḥram is of course familiar to Arabic speakers, it usually designates a sacred area. Ṣalam is related to the Arabic word Ṣanam صنم, and it mean..."