Almodar

Almodar: One of twelve infernal dukes who serve the wandering prince Soleviel. Half serve one year and the other half serve the next, thus spreading out the workload among them. Almodar commands one thousand eight hundred and forty lesser spirits of his own, and his name and seal appear in the Ars Theurgia, a magickal text that deals
with spirits tied to the points of the compass.

Source:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

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