7 edition of Witchcraft and Magic in 16th and 17th-Century Europe (Studies in European History) found in the catalog.
August 15, 1996 by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
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Witchcraft in the 16th Century - Words | Cram. It is estimated that between 3, and 5, women were publicly accused of being witches in 16th and 17th Century Scotland, a much higher number than in England.
Witchcraft and Magic in 16th and 17th-Century Europe avg rating — 28 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. Brain Levack’s book about witch-hunts, witchcraft had two meanings in early modern Europe.
2 The most common meaning of it was “ the practice of harmful, black or maleficent magic.”Author: Emre Karabacak. Witches' Familiars in 17th Century Europe (February update) Detail of a witch feeding her familiars.
Woodcut, England, late sixteenth century. which is available online for free as a Guttenberg E-Book: The Witch-Hunt in .