Seven princes of Hell
The seven princes of Hell are, in Christian demonology tradition, the seven highest demons in Hell.
Often, each demon prince corresponds to one of the seven deadly sins. As with the seven Archangels, a definitive list is hard to find, with different religious traditions and sects offering different names. Often considered an authoritative list, the demon princes according to Peter Binsfield, a Jesuit, written in 1589, are as follows:
- Lucifer - Pride
- Mammon - Greed
- Asmodeus - Lust
- Satan - Wrath
- Beelzebub (also called Baal) - Gluttony
- Leviathan - Envy
- Belphegor - Vanity and Sloth
 See also
- ^ Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology, By Rosemary Guiley, p. 28-29, Facts on File, 2009.
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