And said, 'Never leave your gods and never leave Wadd or Suwa' or Yaghuth and Ya´uq and Nasr.' ( Nuh : 23)
The deities of Arabia worshipped by the Arabs of the Prophet's time are named here. But they are attributed to the time of Nuh, who lived more than 3,000 years before the Prophet. How were the Arabs able to preserve the memory of them for 3,000 years?
I think that if the people of Nuh worshipped them, then the memory of these deities should have been preserved by other ancient peoples. But so far I have not heard that other nations know about them.
Is there any historical evidence that these deities existed in such an ancient time? Are there the same names in the pantheons of other ancient peoples, for example, the ancient Egyptians?