Witchcraft and Magic in Europe, Volume 3

Publisher : A&C Black

ISBN-13 : 9780485891034

Page : 296 pages

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Between the age of St. Augustine and the sixteenth century reformations magic continued to be both a matter of popular practice and of learned inquiry. This volume deals with its use in such contexts as healing and divination and as an aspect of the knowledge of nature's occult virtues and secrets.>

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