ingridrichter: A Phoenician god, characterized by four eyes, two in front and two behind, and by three pairs of wings. He was identified with the planet Saturn. The Greeks and Romans identified him with Cronus and Saturn, respectively. Gods: A Dictionary of the Deities of All Lands by Bessie Redfield, 1931.
ingridrichter: The Phoenician god of fire, whose worship was accompanied by human sacrifices, especially of firstborn children, who were burned in the fire to him while trumpets and flutes drowned their screams. Gods: A Dictionary of the Deities of All Lands by Bessie Redfield, 1931.
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ingridrichter: A Phoenician or Syrian divinity. He is represented as having the face and hands of a man and the tail of a fish; and he seems to generally be regarded as a symbol of fertility and reproduction. A Dictionary of the Noted Names in Fiction by William A. Wheeler, 1865.