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CONTENTS List of Illustrations Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations A Note on Names, Spelling and Citation Introduction Chapter 1. Fashioning a New Visual Language for Witchcraft Chapter 2. The Transformation of Sorcery and Magic in the Fifteenth Century Chapter 3. Witches¿ Cauldrons and Women¿s Bodies Chapter 4. Wild Riders, Popular Folklore and Moral Disorder Chapter 5. Transformation, Death and Sexuality in the Classical World Chapter 6. A Biblical Necromancer and Two Christian Saints Chapter 7. Reporting the News and Reading the Signs Chapter 8. On the Margins of Christian Europe Works Cited Notes
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Witchcraft in art.
Art, European -- 16th century.
Witchcraft -- Europe -- History -- 16th century.