That would only identify who the gods are. That won't solve your problem.Psa. 82:1 God takes His astand in His own congregation;
He judges in the midst of the rulers. (NASB)
The NET Bible states:
"The present translation assumes that the Hebrew term אֱלֹהִים (ʾelohim, “gods”) here refers to the pagan gods who supposedly comprise El’s assembly according to Canaanite religion. Those who reject the polemical view of the psalm prefer to see the referent as human judges or rulers (אֱלֹהִים sometimes refers to officials appointed by God, see Exod 21:6; 22:8-9; Ps 45:6) or as angelic beings (אֱלֹהִים sometimes refers to angelic beings, see Gen 3:5; Ps 8:5)."
So this begs the question, does "Elohim" refer to true gods, or pagan gods, or angelic beings, or human judges.
The question I have--were they REAL gods? If they were indeed real gods--then your theology is violated.
Psalm 82:1---English Standard Version
1 God has taken his place in the divine council;
in the midst of the gods he holds judgment:
Theo--ancient Israel believed they were real gods--and that includes the Biblical writers.