>>17342839 Cornelius Agrippa's Declamation Attacking the Uncertainty and Vanity of the Sciences and the Arts is a summary of magic and occult ideas since Greco-Roman antiquity and in his Three Books Concerning Occult Philosophy there is a classification of demons. Not Medieval tough, Renaissance.
And de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal is a 19th century book on demonology with cool illustrations.
If anyone can recommend a medieval bestiary I'd like to know about that one too.
>>17342839 Wikiped is a pretty cool book continually written by paid demons. They are paid by certain folks that they don't like to criticize. But also people who don't post on here and spend their lives obsessed with a specific god or idea. Like the article on goddess worship.
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