Fictional book of magic, invented by H. P. Lovecraft and frequently featured in his Cthulhu mythos tales.
The Book of Dead Names (listing those outside the Book of Life). Compendium of demonism and time-sorcery, condensed counterchronically, and in fragments. [See Pandemonium Matrix].
'The Necronomicon of Alhazred' translates literally to 'Book of Dead Names' and was written in 730 AD by Abdul Alhazred in Damascus. It has seven volumes and over nine hundred pages in the Latin addition.