5 edition of Early modern witches found in the catalog.
Early modern witches
Includes bibliographical references (p. 316-322) and index.
|Statement||[compiled by] Marion Gibson.|
|Contributions||Gibson, Marion, 1970-|
|LC Classifications||BF1581 .E37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 338 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||338|
|ISBN 10||041521579X, 0415215803|
|LC Control Number||00032828|
Witch trials and witch related accusations were at a high during the early modern period in Britain, a time that spanned from the beginning of the 16th century to the end of the 18th century. Witchcraft in this article refers to any magical or supernatural practices made by mankind. Prior to it being made a capital offence in it was often seen as a healing art, performed by . The victims of the witch hunt history would rather forget Male Witches in Early Modern Europe is the first book on the subject, and it is an outstandingly good one. This book .
The Witch-Hunt in Modern Europe by Brian Levack proved to be an interesting as well as insightful look at the intriguing world of the European practice of witchcraft and witch-hunts. The book offers a solid, reasonable interpretation of the accusation, prosecution, and execution for witchcraft in Europe between and Charlotte’s book Witchcraft, the Devil, and Emotions in Early Modern England is out now with Routledge. To order your hard or electronic copy – the latter at a bargain reduced price of £ – head along to the publisher website! References.
Statistics: Old Women and Accusations of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe', in Susannah Ottaway et al. (eds.), Old Age in Pre-Industrial Society (Westport, Conn., forthcoming ). 4 The witch-trials of Rothenburg are the subject of my forthcoming book, Narratives of Witchcraft in Early Modern Germany: Fabrication, Feud and Fantasy. His publications on witchcraft include The Witch-Hunt in Early Modern Europe (3rd edn, ) and Witch-Hunting in Scotland: Law, Politics and Religion (). He is co-author of Witchcraft and Magic in Europe: The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries () and the editor of The Witchcraft Sourcebook ().Cited by: 5.
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Early Modern Witches: Witchcraft Cases in Contemporary Writing by Marion Gibson. This collection of pamphlets describes fifteen English witchcraft cases in detail, vividly recreating events to give the reader the illusion of actually being present at witchcraft.
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Before encountering another Witch, most of us read a book or two, or Author: Jason Mankey. Witches’ Flight in Scottish Demonology 8. Demonology and Scepticism in Early Modern France: Bodin and Montaigne 9.
Judge and Demonologist: Revisiting the Impact of Nicolas Rémy on the Lorraine Witch Trials Demonological Texts, Judicial Procedure, and the Spread of Ideas About Witchcraft in Early Modern Rothenburg ob der Tauber Historians have named the era in Europe that lasted from about to the age of the “Witch Hunts.” During this period approximatelypeople went on trial for the crime of witchcraft with around half of them found guilty and executed.
The Routledge History of Witchcraft is a comprehensive and interdisciplinary study of the belief in witches from antiquity to the present day, providing both an introduction to the subject of witchcraft and an overview of the on-going debates. The kind of knowledge that early modern women kept in their recipe books was also used against them by those who accused them of witchcraft.
One of the most notorious witch hunters of his time, Matthew Hopkins, published a book in that opens with an illustration showing the kinds of familiars (animal helpers) that witches might call forth to help them with their wicked.
“Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland will be immensely useful for scholars of witchcraft, demonology, early modern women, as well as those who study Scottish political, religious, legal, and social history. The contextual information in Part One is clearly presented and accessible for scholars with only a cursory knowledge of early modern Scotland; and detailed annotations of Cited by: 9.
Witch trials in the early modern period. Prosecutions for the crime of witchcraft reached a highpoint from to during the Counter-Reformation and the European wars of religion, when an estima persons were burned at the stake, of which roughly 80% were women, and most often over the age of This is a work of fundamental importance for our understanding of the intellectual and cultural history of early modern Europe.
This book offers a new interpretation of the witchcraft beliefs of European intellectuals based on their publications in the field of demonology, and shows how these beliefs fitted rationally with many other views current in Europe between the 15th and.
Although the Inquisition began in the late Medieval Period, it was during the Early Modern period that the witch hunt in Europe began in earnest, beginning with the early witch trails in the 15th Century. In England, for example, the first Act of Parliament directed specifically against witchcraft was the act “De hæretico comburendo”, passed at the instigation of Archbishop Thomas.
Descended from an old and distinguished line of witches, Diana wants nothing to do with sorcery; so after a furtive glance and a few notes, she banishes the book to the stacks.
But her discovery sets a fantastical underworld stirring, and a horde of daemons, witches, and vampires soon descends upon the library.
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It’s unclear exactly when witches came on the historical scene, but one of the earliest records of a witch is in the Bible in the book of 1 Samuel, thought be written between B.C.
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This series of anthologies is excellent, containing essays by both. This beautifully designed book highlights some of the most striking and amusing examples of Early Modern woodcuts from the British Library’s collections and provides brief commentary on the political and social background of the times.
Frequent topics of illustration include monsters, witches, criminals, drinking, war and politics.Witchcraft, Gender and Society in Early Modern Germany Book Description: Using the example of Eichstätt, this book challenges current witchcraft historiography by arguing that the gender of the witch-suspect was a product of the interrogation process and that the stable communities affected by persecution did not collude in its escalation.Witchcraft was always a contested idea, never fully established in early modern culture but much harder to dislodge than has usually been assumed.
The essays are European in scope, with examples from Germany, France, and the Spanish expansion into the New World, as well as a strong core of English material.