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Anamelech is an obscure demon, bearer of ill news. He was worshiped at Sepharvaun, a town of the Assyrians. He always reveals himself as a quail. His names, it is held, signifies "good king," and authorities declare that this demon is the moon, as Andramelech is the sun. A.G.H.

Source: 81, 23.

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