Pado'el (in Assyrian, Pudu-ilu was king of Ammon in the 720's BCE and probably the successor of Shanip. He is mentioned as a vassal of the Assyrian kings Sennacherib and Esarhaddon. His name also appears on a seal from the period that reads lbyd'l 'bd pd'l ("Belonging to Beyad'el servant of Pado'el).[1]

His name, which invokes the name of the god El (as do the names of his fellow Ammonite kings Hissalel and Barakel suggests that El was worshipped in Ammon alongside Milcom and other deities.

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