Greek Historians Said Carthaginians’ Burning of Children to Cronus or Saturn Canaanites Called Him Baal Hammon


Diodorus Siculus, Cleitarchus, and Plutarch, classical Greeks, wrote that whom the Carthaginians called god Baal Hammon (Ham) was the greek god Cronus or the roman Saturn, who in Etruscan legend was Satres, the god of time and necessity, depicted as an old man with a sickle. Cronus was shown turning the wheel of the zodiac in classical greek art, during the times of the greek historians who noted that Cronus (and Saturn) were the same as Baal Hammon, actually one of the sons of Noah.