Djall

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This article is about the Albanian name for the Devil. For the figure in Islamic eschatology commonly called Dajall, see Masih ad-Dajjal.

An Albanian god of youth known as Dyalos in antiquity, parallel to Dionysius. It was demonized by Christianity to represent the Satan. In modern Albania Djall is the name of the Devil. He is also called Dreq from the Latin draco (cf. Romanian Dracul).

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Albanian mythology