Psalterium Georgii.

George's Harp

A modern constellation created in 1781 by the Austrian astronomer Abbe Maximillian Hell, in order to honor King George II of England. The constellation is also known by Harpa Georgii, and is supposed to represent a harp. It was created out of stars taken from Eridanus, the river, and is located between that constellation and Cetus, the sea-monster. Psalterium Georgii, is no longer considered an official constellation and its stars have been returned to Eridanus.