Just an weird bit:
Tatian's "Against the Greeks"
And, when men attached themselves to one who was more subtle than
the rest, having regard to his being the first-born, and declared
him to be God, though he was resisting the law of God, then the
power of the Logos excluded the beginner of the folly and his
adherents from all fellowship with Himself. And so he who was made
in the likeness of God, since the more powerful spirit is separated
from him, becomes mortal; but that first-begotten one through his
transgression and ignorance becomes a demon; and they who imitated
him, that is his illusions, are become a host of demons, and
through their freedom of choice have been given up to their own
Here he appears to be addressing Satan as first-begotten of God. Any thoughts Leolaia or Narkissos or others.