Djall

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An Albanian god of youth and virility. Known as Dyalos in antiquity, similar to the Greek Dionysius. He was demonized by Christianity to represent Satan himself, and in modern Albania Djall is the word for Devil. Similar to English is can refer to the Devil, or is a synonym to demon. He is also called Dreq from the Latin draco (cf. Romanian Dracul).

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