The Enchiridion of Pope Leo (Grimoire)

The Enchiridion of Pope Leo is a Bibliothèque bleue grimoire that associates itself with Pope Leo III, and claims to have been published in 1523. The earliest known edition, however, dates to 1633. It contains a collection of spells in the form of prayers.

The grimoire was implicated in the famous Affair of the Poisons in the in France in the late 1600s.

Marc Antoine René de Voyer La Bosse owned this grimoire.

This grimoire part of the historical event Bibliothèque bleue

This grimoire was found in the historical event Affair of the Poisons

Timeline of related events

1600

1602

Bibliothèque bleue (this grimoire part of Bibliothèque bleue)

1677

Affair of the Poisons (this grimoire was found in Affair of the Poisons)

1679

Execution of Marie Bosse (owned this grimoire)

1700

1722

Birth of Marc Antoine René de Voyer (owned this grimoire)

1787

Death of Marc Antoine René de Voyer (owned this grimoire)