The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage details an extensive hierarchy of demons in hell. Below are the servants of Amaymon, one of the eight sub-princes in the demonic hierarchy.
Servants of Amaymon (in alphabetical order)
- Akesoli: Greek—? the distressful, or pain-bringing ones.
- Akoros: Greek. Overthrowers of authority.
- Apelki: Greek. The misleaders or turners aside.
- Burasen: Hebrew. Destroyers by stifling smoky breath.
- Buriol: Hebrew. Devouring fire of God.
- Dalep: Hebrew. Decaying in liquid putrefaction.
- Dresop: Hebrew. They who attack their prey by tremulous motion.
- Effrigis: Greek. One who quivers in a horrible manner.
- Erekia: Greek probably. One who tears asunder.
- Glesi: Hebrew. One who glistens horribly, like an insect.
- Hergotis: Greek. A labourer.
- Illirikim: Hebrew. They who shriek with a long drawn cry.
- Labisi: Hebrew. The flesh inclothed.
- Mames: Hebrew. They who move by backward motion.
- Nilima: Hebrew. The evil questioners.
- Ramison: Hebrew. The movers with a particular creeping motion.
- Romerac: Hebrew. Violent thunder.
- Scrilis: Probably Latin, from Sacrilegium, = a sacrilegious offence.
- Taralim: Hebrew. Mighty strongholds.
- Vision: Latin. An apparition.
- Book: Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage
- Web: Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage (from esotericarchives.com)