They [the demons] assert that Solomon son of David, for whom may there be peace, sat [in audience] and summoned the chief of the jinn and the devils, whose name was Fuqtus, to review them. So Fuqtus taught him to know the name [of each demon], one by one, and also its influence over the sons of Adam. Then he [Solomon] imposed upon them a contract and a pledge. After he had adjured them by that pledge and they had complied, they departed. The pledges were [in] the name of God, Exalted, Mighty, and Magnified. They [the demons] were: Fuqtus, Mrd, Kywan, Shimral, Firuz, Mhaqal, Zaynab, Syduk, Jndrb, Siyyar, Zanbur, al-Dahs, Kawkab, Hamran, Dahir, Qarun, Shidad, Sasaah, Baktan, Harthamah, Takallum, Furuq, Hurmiz, Hamhamah, Ayzar, Mazahim, Murrah, Fatrah, al-Haym, Arhbh, Khyth, Khyfth, Rayah, Zuhal, Zawbaah, Mhtukara, Hayshab, Tqytan, Wqas, Qdmnh, Mufarrish, Ayrail, Nizar, Shftil, Dywyd, Ankara, Khatufah, Tnkyush, Misalqar, Qadim, Ashja, Nawdar, Tythamah, Usar, Thuban, Naman, Nmudrky, Tyabur, Sahitun, Udhafir, Mirdas, Shytub, Zarush, Sakhr, al-Aramram, Khashram, Shadhan, al-Harith, al-Hurth, Udhrah (Adhirah), Faqruf.
Jan-Ibn-Jan is the last of the seventy-two jinn of Solomon, Jan-Ibn-Jan is the ruler of Jinnestan with command over all of his kind, according to Arabic mythology.