Asmodeus, also known as Ashmadia, most likely originated from the Persian Aeshma-deva (“demon of wrath”).
King Solomon was the son of David and king of Israel from around 970-931 BCE. The Hebrew Bible describes him as wise, wealthy and powerful, and he is credited with building the First Temple in Jerusalem. Read articles about Solomon below.
Here’s a brief history of Judaism from Antiquity to the Destruction of the Second Temple in 70CE.
According to legend, King Solomon was not only the wisest man in the land but he also had magical abilities.
Lix Tetrax is the demon of the wind in the Testament of Solomon.
Onoskelis was a female demon with a beautiful form mentioned in the Testament of Solomon.
Ornias (trans. “pesky”) is the first demon mentioned in the Testament of Solomon.