WITCHCRAFT IN TUDOR AND STUART ENGLAND: A Regional and Comparative Study. Alan Macfarlane.

WITCHCRAFT IN TUDOR AND STUART ENGLAND: A Regional and Comparative Study

London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. "Witchcraft beliefs and accusations flourished as never before in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. This study of some of the least explored regions of post-Reformation society investigates the categories of person that were believed to be witches and considers the motives of their accusers." From the library of noted English historian David Cressy, with his bookplate to the front flyleaf and occasional light marginalia. Octavo: 334 p. with 10 plates, 9 maps, 5 diagrams, 4 figures, and 19 tables. Original black cloth binding, with gilt titles. Mild edgewear to the dust jacket; otherwise very good. Very good / Very good. Item #74344
ISBN: 0710064039

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