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The Witch in History #2020

The Witch in History Centering on the witch figure as a malevolent intermediary in folk belief this collection of essays draws on the complementary disciplines of archaeology comparative religion sociology and literat

  • Title: The Witch in History
  • Author: Venetia Newall
  • ISBN: 9780760701232
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Witch in History By Venetia Newall, Centering on the witch figure as a malevolent intermediary in folk belief, this collection of essays draws on the complementary disciplines of archaeology, comparative religion, sociology, and literature to shed light on the subject Including essays by H.R Ellis Davidson, Margaret Dean Smith, John Widdowson, Jacqueline Simpson, and Christina Hole, the book is internationCentering on the witch figure as a malevolent intermediary in folk belief, this collection of essays draws on the complementary disciplines of archaeology, comparative religion, sociology, and literature to shed light on the subject Including essays by H.R Ellis Davidson, Margaret Dean Smith, John Widdowson, Jacqueline Simpson, and Christina Hole, the book is international in scope, delving into the subject of witchcraft in the cultures and histories of Japan, Iceland and Scandinavia, Scotland and Ireland, Great Britain, and Africa The book also treats such neglected but intriguing topics as the witch as victim, witchcraft at prehistoric sites, animal witchcraft, the Jew as a witch figure, and image magic in Great Britain.

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