"Underworld. Many versions of Hell describe it as being somewhere underground or below the earth. The Egyptians say it was Amenti with pits of flame and demons. The Norse say the Yggdrasil tree had its roots buried in Hell. The Akkadians call it Kigal. The Babylonians call it Irkalia. To some it is a place of the dead and of no return while some say it is just a stopover region. In traditional Western literature, the angel of Hell is Nasargiel. He oversees the torture of sinners. See also Amentet; Elysian Field; Gehenna; Hades; Hel; Helheim; Irkalia; Nifl-heim; Sheol; Spenta Armaiti; Spentaramet; Tartarus."
(From Encyclopedia of Ancient Deities, by Charles Russell Coulter and Patricia Turner)
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