Bel-Hissar was the king of Acheron in an unspecified era.
Bel-Hissar was given by Naka, a diver for pearls, a great ruby grasped from the hand of a giant mummified king sitting on a jade throne in an undersea city. Despite his lords begging him to throw the gem back into the water, considering the gem belonged to the sea-gods, the king kept it. Soon afterwards, he was slain in his very palace by an unnamed thief, who stole the gem, who became known from that day as the Blood of Bel-Hissar.
- Bel-Hissar was created in "The Blood of Bel-Hissar" (Conan the Barbarian #27; June, 1973), written by Roy Thomas and penciled by John Buscema, a story freely adapted from Robert E. Howard's story "The Blood of Belshazzar" (Oriental Stories, Fall 1931). Bel-Hissar is the adaptation of Belshazzar, an historical Persian king.
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