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Media: 166 microfiche

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This collection contains rare and previously inaccessible texts for the years 1569 to 1738. The items range from thin pamphlets to huge tomes containing detailed descriptions of remarkable satanic events, rambling discussions of theological witch doctrine, and both vehement defenses and prudent refutations of the complex legal procedures which led to the stake.

From sorcerers and demonologues, to magistrates, theologians, and physicians, authors from all segments of society are represented. Pierre Yvelin, Tranquille de Saint-Remi, and Francois Perrault are some of the authors included. Please inquire for a complete title list.

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