Table of contents for The appearance of witchcraft : print and visual culture in sixteenth-century Europe / by Charles Zika.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Witchcraft in art.
Art, European -- 16th century.
Witchcraft -- Europe -- History -- 16th century.