Andrealphus, the 65th spirit, is a Mighty Marquis, appearing at first in the form of a Peacock with great noises.
Andromalius, the 72nd spirit, is an Earl who appears in the form of a man holding a great serpent in his hand.
In Sumerian myth, Anzu was a large bird (eagle or vulture) who lived in the realm of the gods.
Asmodeus, also known as Ashmadia, most likely originated from the Persian Aeshma-deva (“demon of wrath”).
Astaroth, the 29th spirit, is a duke who appears as angel riding a dragon and holding a viper in his left hand.
Azazel is the chief of the Se’irim, or goat-demons, who haunted the desert and to whom most primitive Semitic tribes offered sacrifices.
Bael, the first spirit, is a king who appears in various shapes – such as a cat, toad, man or all these forms at once.
Balan, the 51st spirit, appears with a serpent’s tail, eyes that shoot fire, and three heads: a bull, a man, and a ram.
Barbatos, the 8th spirit, is a Duke and appears as a horned archer or hunter in the woods with four kings sounding horns before him.
Bathin, the 18th spirit is a Duke who appears like a man with the tail of a serpent sitting upon a pale-coloured Horse.
Ba’al-zebub, also called Beelzebub or Beelzebul is known as the lord of the flies. The name derives from the Canaanite “‘Baal” meaning “lord.”
Behemoth, a spirit of the desert, possibly derives from the Egyptian for “water buffalo.”