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In fact, the main characters' names were borrowed from the Bible.
The biblical Bartimaeus was a man whom Jesus cured from his blindness. Simon was also the name of an apostle. Mandrake the Magician was a superhero in a syndicated newspaper comic strip.
The following is a list of characters in the Bartimaeus series by Jonathan Stroud. The three most prominent characters are Bartimaeus, a djinn, Kitty Jones, a commoner, and Nathaniel, a magician. Most other characters of any significance are listed by name. Minor characters not listed are implicitly collected in the "Organizations and unnamed characters" section as members of various organizations or types of spirits. By the second book, he is an official in the government who investigates the golems eye and the resistance.
By the third book, he is a magician in the British magical oligarchy. He is referred to as the strongest magician on the Council with the possible exception of his former master Jessica Whitwell.
He had a charismatic personality that had greatly inspired Mandrake when he was young, though this respect later dwindled. He had a great passion for the performing arts and so was great friends with the playwright Quentin Makepeace.
Near his death, he grew paranoid with all the chances of betrayal within the government. Simon Lovelace[ edit ] The main antagonist of the first book, Lovelace was a junior minister and rising star in the Ministry of Trade until, in his ambition, he tried to rise too fast and as a result was sidelined by Prime Minister Rupert Devereaux. Thereafter, he seeks to exact revenge.
Henry Duvall[ edit ] The main antagonist of the second book, Duvall used a golem to wreak havoc in London. Though he appeared to be the ringleader of the conspiracy, the real mastermind was later revealed to be Quentin Makepeace.
At the end of the second book, he is arrested and imprisoned. He is later mentioned to have committed suicide. Deveraux takes up the role but leaves most of the work to his former apprentice and Deputy Chief Jane Farrar. In the second book, she attempted to charm and seduce Mandrake to get information for her master, Henry Duvall, though she was never associated with the conspiracy.
In the third book, she is also shown as a brief romantic interest to Mandrake, although this connection quickly dwindles. Farrar is easily captured by a demon.
After being freed by Kitty, Farrar arrogantly rounds up the Night Police to combat the hybrids, refusing the remaining magicians and Kitty's help. After the battle Farrar is missing and presumed dead. Makepeace transforms into a hybrid with the powerful demon Nouda, who later destroys Makepeace's mind and body. He is described as being bald with moist eyes and twin scars on his cheeks.
Originally a student of the priests of Ra in Karnak he left for Jerusalem after gaining enough power. He is perhaps the most powerful magician in the series as he is capable of summoning a marid on his own when, according to Bartimaeus, it normally takes at least two.
Jessica Whitwell[ edit ] Jessica Whitwell was Security Minister throughout the series and died trying to escape the hybrids with Shubit, her afrit, being the only magician with the courage to attempt to stand up to Nouda and the others, other than John Mandrake.
She was considered to be possibly the most powerful magician in the government at the time of the series by John Mandrake. In The Amulet of Samarkand, it is said that she destroyed a marid the most powerful type of spirit summoned by magicians by herself without the help of her own spirit.
Throughout the series, she is shown to be very professional, strict, as well as above all, powerful.
Whitwell was Nathaniel' s teacher though their relationship dwindles to a rivalry. Whitwell is the only magician to choose death over becoming a hybrid and dies in a skirmish with Nouda's forces. Arthur Underwood[ edit ] Arthur Underwood was a mediocre magician and the minister of internal affairs. Nathaniel was his apprentice from the age of five to twelve years old. The boy and his master had a cold and distant relationship.
He was killed by Simon Lovelace in revenge for his apprentice's theft of the amulet of Samarkand. Judah Loew ben Bezalel was a 16th-century Jewish magician in Prague who created the first golem Tycho Brahe was a 16th-century magician and one of Bartimaeus' old masters.
William Ewart Gladstone was a very powerful nineteenth-century British magician, who rose to become a Prime Minister. He led the Grand Army of the British Empire on conquests that decimated countries and made them a part of the British Empire, largely through the means of his staff.
At the height of the Czech Empire, called The Holy Roman Empire by Bartimaeus, he talked the commoner Parliament into handing authority to him and the magicians, as well as raised Britain to a dominating empire.
His staff is endowed with vast magical powers. Even without the staff he is still considered to be the most powerful magician in the history of Britain, able to summon a legion of Afrits on his own. Benjamin Disraeli was another magician-prime minister, Disraeli was a rival of Gladstone's and they had a magical duel on Westminster Common.
Ptolemy was a second-century BCE magician who was one of the first magicians to study the Other Place and the first one to visit there and return.
For this purpose, he created Ptolemy's Gate, a method of reversing summons so that one could travel to the Other Place. He features prominently in The Ring of Solomon. Although initially depicted as a typically greedy and heartless ruler it is revealed that he is actually a fairly virtuous individual who mainly uses his ring for the common good.
Zarbustibal of Yemen was one of Bartimaeus' former master. It is said in Ptolemy's Gate that he was extremely ugly and that spirits wishing to terrify others sometimes used his guise. Kitty Jones[ edit ] Kathleen "Kitty" Jones is a commoner and youthful mid-level member of the Resistance, opposed to the magical oligarchy that rules Britain.
Like other members of the Resistance she is resistant to the effects of magical attacks and is able to withstand assaults from demons that would kill normal humans. In book three, Ptolemy's Gate , she searches to look for an end to the human-djinni hatred, delves into Bartimaeus's history, and becomes the second human to travel to the Other Place.
After Nathaniel's death, she declines to be part of the new government. Terence E. Pennyfeather[ edit ] Mr. Pennyfeather was the leader of the Resistance in The Golem's Eye. Though his intentions were noble, Kitty came to see Pennyfeather as being as greedy as the magicians themselves. Pennyfeather is mortally wounded by Honorius and while dying tells Kitty to leave him behind. Honorius briefly impersonates him. Jakob Hyrnek[ edit ] Jakob Hyrnek was a commoner and the best friend of Kitty Jones , who did not share her resilience against magic.
Mandrake captures Hyrnek to lure Kitty out. This succeeds but is interrupted by Duvall's golem and Honorius. After the golem kills Honorius and Kitty destroys the golem, Jakob escapes to Bruges , as his marred appearance is easily recognizable.
In Ptolemy's Gate, Jakob is briefly mentioned as to send Kitty postcards. The Mercenary Verroq [ edit ] The Mercenary is a huge, muscular man who appears in all three books of the trilogy.
His master is Makepeace and the Mercenary was instrumental in all of the rebellions attempted in the trilogy. It is unknown where he comes from, but he appears to be from the same Middle-Eastern sect as the assassins who are killed by Bartimaeus in the Ancient Egypt.
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