The Livre des Esperitz (or Book of Spirits) is a 15th or 16th century French grimoire that inspired later works including Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum and the Lesser Key of Solomon. It contains ideas, traditions, and elements of works dating back to at least the 13th century. And then as:

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  • The Livre des Esperitz (or Book of Spirits) is a 15th or 16th century French grimoire that inspired later works including Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum and the Lesser Key of Solomon. It contains ideas, traditions, and elements of works dating back to at least the 13th century. Like the Lesser Key of Solomon, the Livre des Esperitz has been attributed to Solomon. The Livre des Esperitz merely lists the hierarchy of hell, and does not include prayers, conjurations, invocations, or spells to summon any being described. It does provide detailed descriptions of each spirit's appearance and function, and lists how many legions of demons serve under each. Many of these descriptions eventually found their way into later works, often unmodified. The demons listed within it are first listed as:Lucifer,Bezlebut,Satan,Orient,Poymon,Equi,King Veal,Duke Agarat,Prince Barbas,Prince Bulfas,Marquis Amon,Count Batal,King Gemen,Duke Gazon,Prince Artis,Duke Machin,King Dicision,Duke Abugor,Count Vipos,Marquis Cerbere,Prince Carmola,Duke Estor,Prince Coap,Duke Deas,King Asmoday,Marquis Bitur,Duke Beal,Prince Forcas,Count Furfur,Marquis Margotias,Prince Oze,Marquis Lucay,Duke Pucel,Count Jayn,Duke Suralet,King Zagon,Prince Dragon,Prince Parcas,Duke Gorsin,Marquis Andralfas,Duke Flanos,King Brial,Marquis Fenix,Distolas And then as: 1. * Lucifer 2. * Gay / Bezlebuth 3. * Satan 4. * Orient 5. * Poymon 6. * King Aymoymon 7. * 8. * King Beal 9. * Duke Agarat 10. * Prince Barthas 11. * Prince Bulfas 12. * Marquis Amon 13. * Prince Barbas 14. * King Gemer 15. * Duke Gazon 16. * Duke Artis 17. * Duke Machin 18. * King Diusion 19. * Duke Abugor 20. * Count Vipos 21. * Marquis Cerbere 22. * Prince Carmola 23. * Marquis Salmatis 24. * Prince Coap 25. * Duke Drap 26. * King Asmoday 27. * Prince Caap 28. * Duke Bune 29. * Marquis Bitur 30. * Duke Lucubar 31. * King Bugan 32. * Prince Parcas 33. * Duke Flavos 34. * King Vaal 35. * Marquis Fenix 36. * Marquis Distolas 37. * Duke Berteth 38. * Count Dam 39. * Duke Furfur 40. * Prince Forcas 41. * Lord Malpharas 42. * Duke Gorsay 43. * King Samon 44. * Marquis Tudiras Hoho 45. * Marquis Oze 46. * Marquis Ducay 47. * Duke Bucal (en)
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  • The Livre des Esperitz (or Book of Spirits) is a 15th or 16th century French grimoire that inspired later works including Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum and the Lesser Key of Solomon. It contains ideas, traditions, and elements of works dating back to at least the 13th century. And then as: (en)
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