The Witch-Hunt in Early Modern Europe


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This 2nd edition takes account of the large volume of literature on the history of witchcraft that has appeared during the past decade. Includes new material on various aspects of witchcraft from the Middle Ages through to the 17th century.

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Mar 14, 2009

witch hunt

The Witch Hunt(s) had a number of causes: economic, social, religious, political and judicial. They started and ended because of changes in each of those areas. Their intensity varied depending on the time and geographic area. As trials of witches became more centralized and regulated they decreased in number and severity of punishment.

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