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Possible candidates that appear in the Bible you might like to consider:

Antiochus Epiphanes (cf. Daniel 11:21-45, 2 Maccabees)

The King of Tyre (cf. Ezekiel chs 27-29)

Both of these have been considered to be types of Antichrist which would make them a natural fit to be associated with devil worship.

Not a famous person, but a place mentioned in the Bible is Pergamum which in Revelation 2:13 is referred to as "...the city where Satan has his throne..." - perhaps instead of a relic of a dead devil worshipper, you might like to consdierconsider a powerful artefact sourced from there.

Some left field historical figures to consider:

Julian the Apostate - perhaps a fictionalised version of him established a secret devil worshipping cult as part of his drive to repaganize the empire.

Muhammad - perhaps a fictitious splinter group of assassins revered him as an incarnation of Lucifer.

Possible candidates that appear in the Bible you might like to consider:

Antiochus Epiphanes (cf. Daniel 11:21-45, 2 Maccabees)

The King of Tyre (cf. Ezekiel chs 27-29)

Both of these have been considered to be types of Antichrist which would make them a natural fit to be associated with devil worship.

Not a famous person, but a place mentioned in the Bible is Pergamum which in Revelation 2:13 is referred to as "...the city where Satan has his throne..." - perhaps instead of a relic of a dead devil worshipper, you might like to consdier a powerful artefact sourced from there.

Possible candidates that appear in the Bible you might like to consider:

Antiochus Epiphanes (cf. Daniel 11:21-45, 2 Maccabees)

The King of Tyre (cf. Ezekiel chs 27-29)

Both of these have been considered to be types of Antichrist which would make them a natural fit to be associated with devil worship.

Not a famous person, but a place mentioned in the Bible is Pergamum which in Revelation 2:13 is referred to as "...the city where Satan has his throne..." - perhaps instead of a relic of a dead devil worshipper, you might like to consider a powerful artefact sourced from there.

Some left field historical figures to consider:

Julian the Apostate - perhaps a fictionalised version of him established a secret devil worshipping cult as part of his drive to repaganize the empire.

Muhammad - perhaps a fictitious splinter group of assassins revered him as an incarnation of Lucifer.

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Possible candidates that appear in the Bible you might like to consider:

Antiochus Epiphanes (cf. Daniel 11:21-45, 2 Maccabees)

The King of Tyre (cf. Ezekiel chs 27-29)

Both of these have been considered to be types of Antichrist which would make them a natural fit to be associated with devil worship.

Not a famous person, but a place mentioned in the Bible is Pergamum which in Revelation 2:13 is referred to as "...the city where Satan has his throne..." - perhaps instead of a relic of a dead devil worshipper, you might like to consdier a powerful artefact sourced from there.