The Lanterne of Light's classification of demons

In 1409-1410 The Lanterne of Light (an anonymous English Lollard tract often attributed to Wycliffe) provided a classification system based on the Seven Deadly Sins, establishing that each one of the mentioned demons tempted people by means of one of those sins. This list was later used in the works of John Taylor, the Water Poet. (Terms in brackets are those found in the text

    • 1. Lucifer: Pride
    • 2. Beelzebub (Belzebub): gluttony (glotouns)-
    • 3. Satan (Sathanas): Wrath (wraþþe)
    • 4. Leviathan (Leviathan): Envy (envous)-
    • 5. Mammon: Greed (Auarouse)
    • 6. Belphegor: sloth (slow) -
    • 7. Asmodeus: Lust (leccherouse)