Phêth (Demon)

Testament of Solomon, F. C. Conybeare translation (1898):

"I am called Phêth. I make men consumptive and cause hemorrhagia. If one exorcise me in wine, sweet-smelling and unmixed by the eleventh aeon1, and say: 'I exorcise thee by the eleventh aeon to stop, I demand, Phêth (Axiôphêth), then give it to the patient to drink, and I at once retreat."

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In this century: Publication of the Testament of Solomon (lists this demon)