Lemegeton or Lesser Key of Solomon
This work dating from the seventeenth century is in four parts and is supposed to be a list of the names, orders and offices of all the spirits King Solomon had contact with.
The first part, Goetia contains the details for conjuring seventy-two types of demons with a description of their powers and hierarchy. These demons strongly resemble those found in the 1563 De Praestigiis Daemonum by John Wier/ Wierius, though this work does not contain any of the demonic seals.
Theurgia Goetia concerns the spirits of the cardinal points.
Pauline Art which is the third part deals with the zodiac and Angels of the day, night and each hour.
Almadel is concerned with four other choirs of spirits.