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El Misceláneo de Salomón (English: The Solomonic Miscellany) is a collection of connected quasi-medical grimoire manuscripts from late fourteenth- or early fifteenth-century Ocaña, Spain. The work, claiming to have been copied by Asif ibn Barkhiya, is framed with a narrative between Solomon and the Jinni Fayqayțūš, the latter describing dozens of jinn (termed "Tayaliq") purportedly responsible for various ailments.[1][2]

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The jinn listed include M.h.m.s., Mūn.s, N.qīq, M.y.d, Y.d.b.h., 'a.q.l., al-Gūl,[5] Māŷ.z, Rū'ā, 'amdayāni, L.țūš, al-Dwlāt, Aluwf, D.n.h.š, N.zhūš (son of the king D.n.h.š'), al-Dābā (AKA al-Wāh.na), M.s.rf, Zwb.g.h., H.ŷā, 'w.ya,[6] 'abaqardāti Ālāsqām, al-Z.b.d.h., al-Qūt, al-Sy.syān, Qalnamāta, F'aŷayān, Ș'aya, al-Rwāh, al-Q.r.șa, Rūnīmah, al-Janāmin,[7] Hšhš, Lhyf, Samhal, Biqasmayni, Ŷ.n.d', Țlyābān, S.f.r., H.mūdī, N.f.s., Hūrtā, al-Rāhiy'a, al-D.rbān, al-Jațāf Majrūf, al-W.swās,[8] 'Umm Mildām, al-Zūa, al-N.bāh, al-Mūl', al-W.swās (the greater), al-J.nas al-Șgār, al-H.m.qā, H.s.n, al-Māsūr, Bulum, Šājiyā, B.rdūn, Bazid al M.ŷusīn, M.'rūz, M.līla al-Nāq.da,[9] Mrwyā, al-Fāliy, al-Wāțq, al-As'ārī al-Yahūdī, L.w.q., al-M.rīj, 'āmir abū al-Šayșfān (father of al-Ŷabālī), Alhlya Alzāhira, Q.d.sā, Ŝ.r.hī, M.g.š.g.s., and 'a.rā.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Celia del Moral. Magia y Superstitión en los Manuscritos de Ocaña (Toledo). Siglos XIV-XV. Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Part Two; A. Fodor, ed. Budapest, 10-17 September 2000. pp.109-121
  2. ^ Joaquina Albarracín Navarro & Juan Martinez Ruiz. Medicina, Farmacopea y Magia en el "Misceláneo de Salomón". Universidad de Granada, 1987. p.38 et passim
  3. ^ Ahmar, otro hijo de Iblīs (el diablo) en el Misceláneo de Salomón, by Joaquina Albarracín Navarro; MEAH, SECCIÓN ÁRABE-ISLAM 46 (1997), 3-16.
  4. ^ Índice del manuscrito "Misceláneo de Salomón", by Joaquina Albarracín Navarro; MEAH,SECCIÓN ÁRABE-ISLAM 48 (1999), 369-377
  5. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.134-139
  6. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.140-149
  7. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.150-159
  8. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.160-169
  9. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.170-179
  10. ^ Navarro, Ruiz, p.180-187

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11993455