This was by far the biggest surprise to find this icon of "king" of Sun and Moon.
It is in Venice in Pala D'Oro
Cornelis De Vos
The title of the first section of The Lesser Key of Solomon, containing descriptions of the seventy-two entities that King Solomon evoked, and confined in a bronze vessel sealed by magic symbols. King Solomon had them work for him, it is said, in the construction of the
the demons of the 36 decans appear with names that sometimes seem to be conscious distortions of the traditional names for the decans and claim responsibility mostly for various ailments and pains. They provide the magical formulae by which they may be banished. For example, the thirty-third demon is Rhyx Achoneoth who causes sore throat and tonsilitis and can be driven off by writing the word Leikourgos on ivy leaves and heaping them into a pile.
72 angles = angels