Table of contents for Magic and superstition in Europe : a concise history from antiquity to the present / Michael D. Bailey.

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Contents									iii
Acknowledgements								iv-v
Introduction									1-10
Chapter One
Roots in the Ancient World							11-58
Chapter Two
The Rise of Christianity and Early Medieval Europe to the Year 1000	59-104
Chapter Three
Varieties of Magic in the High and Late Middle Ages, 1000-1500		105-147
Chapter Four
The Medieval Condemnation of Magic, 1000-1500				148-192
Chapter Five
Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting in the Early Modern Period, 1500-1800	193-242
Chapter Six
From Renaissance to Enlightenment, 1450-1800				243-291
Chapter Seven
Magic in the Modern West, from 1800					292-337
Sources and Suggestions for Further Readings				338-359

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Magic -- Europe -- History.
Superstition -- Europe -- History.