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Walter Stephens. 2002 .

Stephens, Walter, 1949-

"On 20 September 1587 Walpurga Hausmannin of Dillingen in southern Germany was burned at the stake as a witch. Although she had confessed to committing a long list of maleficia (deeds of harmful magic), including killing forty-one infants and two mothers in labor, her evil career…
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2. The witch-hunt in early modern Europe Book , Print in English

Brian P. Levack. 2016 .

Levack, Brian P.

An analysis of what the European witch-hunts were, where they proliferated, who were the accusers and what the accusations actually were.
edited by Alan Charles Kors and Edward Peters ; revised by Edward Peters. 2001 .

note: Introduction: The Problem of European Witchcraft -- I. Christianizing the Traditions -- 1. On Christian Teaching / Augustine -- 2. Sermon 54 / Caesarius of Arles -- 3. Etymologies / Isodore of Seville -- 4. "Roman" Penitential / Halitgar of Cambrai…

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