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Relief depicting Yarhibol from the Temple of the Gadde, Dura-Europos, circa 150 BC

Yarhibol or Iarhibol is an Aramean god who was worshiped mainly in ancient Palmyra, a city in central Syria. He was depicted with a solar nimbus and styled "lord of the spring". He normally appears alongside Bel, who was a co-supreme god of Palmyra, and Aglibol, one of the other top Palmyrene gods.[1]

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  1. ^ Ted Kaizer (2002). The Religious Life of Palmyra: A Study of the Social Patterns of Worship in the Roman Period. Franz Steiner Verlag. pp. 56, 72, and 107. ISBN 978-3-515-08027-9.