Heptameron (Grimoire)

Heptameron is a grimoire spuriously attributed to Pietro d'Abano. It contains information about angels, their associations with various seasons and days of the week, and instructions for summoning them.

This grimoire attributed to Pietro d'Abano

This grimoire describes the magic object Pentacle of Solomon

The grimoires The Magus The Book of Gold draws upon this grimoire.

The grimoires Book of Treasure Spirits The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses excerpts this grimoire.

The grimoires Sefer Raziel HaMalakh The Sworn Book of Honorious influenced this grimoire.

The grimoires The Lesser Key of Solomon The Grimoire of Pope Honorius partially derived from this grimoire.

The grimoire The Book of Oberon references this grimoire.

Timeline of related events

1200

In this century: Publication of the Sworn Book of Honorious (influenced this grimoire)

1257

Birth of Pietro D'Abano (this grimoire attributed to Pietro d'Abano)

1300

1351

Death of Pietro D'Abano (this grimoire attributed to Pietro d'Abano)

1500

1577

Book of Oberon completed (references this grimoire)

1600

1641

Publication of the Lesser Key of Solomon (partially derived from this grimoire)

1655

Publication of the Book of Treasure Spirits (excerpts this grimoire)

1670

Publication of the Grimoire of Pope Honorious (partially derived from this grimoire)

1700

1701

Publication of The Book of Raziel (influenced this grimoire)

1800

1801

Publication of The Magus (draws upon this grimoire)