Harut and Marut Angel
Harut and Marut (Arabic:, romanized: Hrt wa-Mrt) are two angels described in Quran 2:102 as being based in Babylon. According to some accounts, those two angels existed during Idris' time. According to the Quran, they served as a trial for the people and were used to test them with sorcery. The storey itself is based on a Jewish mythology concerning Shemaza, Uzza, and Azael, fallen angels. Hrt and Mrt appear to be etymologically connected to the names of two Zoroastrian archangels, Haurvatat and Ameretat. Haurvatat-Ameretat (Pahlavi hrwdd mwrdd) is spelled hrwt mrwt in Sogdian language writings. There has been speculation about a connection to Armenian hawrot mawrot, although this has not been substantiated. According to Muslim sources, Harut and Marut can be considered fallen angels or not.