Pandemonium: A Visual History of Demonology
Edited by Ed Simon
25.9 x 20 cm
Pandemonium: The Illustrated History of Demonology presents —for the first time— Satan’s family tree, providing a history and analysis of his fellow fallen angels from Asmodeus to Ziminiar.
Throughout the book, there are short entries on individual demons, but Pandemonium is more than just a visual encyclopedia. It also focuses on the influence of figures like Beelzebub, Azazel, Lilith, and Moloch on Western religion, literature, and art.
Ranging from the earliest scriptural references to demons through the contemporary era, when the devils took on a subtler form, Pandemonium functions as a compendium of Lucifer’s subjects, from Dante’s The Divine Comedy to John Milton’s Paradise Lost, and all the points in between. Containing rarely seen illustrations of very old treatises on demonology, as well as more well-known works by the great masters of Western painting, this book celebrates the art of hell like never before.