1 edition of source-book of Scottish witchcraft found in the catalog.
source-book of Scottish witchcraft
|Statement||compiled by Christina Larner, Christopher Hyde Lee and Hugh V. McLachlan.|
|Contributions||Black, George Fraser, 1866-1948, Larner, Christina., Lee, Christopher Hyde., McLachlan, Hugh V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
The pages of a year-old book used to record the names of those accused of witchcraft in Scotland have been published online. The Names of Witches in Scotland, collection, was drawn up during a time when the persecution of supposed witches was rife. KING JAMES’ DAEMONOLOGIE. AND SCOTTISH WITCHCRAFT TRIALS by Kelsee Lee Shearer May This study examines the impacts of King James’ Daemonologie. on how witches were identified, prosecuted, and executed in Scotland during the early modern period. It is an analytical look at how the intervention of King James during the North BerwickAuthor: Kelsee Shearer.
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First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been the most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for almost thirty years. It has been invaluable to the specialist scholar and of interest to the general reader.5/5(2).
A Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft. First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been the most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for almost thirty years.
It has been invaluable to the specialist scholar and of interest to the general reader.3/5(2). First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been source-book of Scottish witchcraft book most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for source-book of Scottish witchcraft book thirty years.
It has been invaluable to the specialist scholar and of interest to the general reader. It provides, but provides much more than, a series of lists of the 'names and addresses' of long.
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It has been invaluable to the specialist scholar and of interest to the general reader. It provides, but. The Witchcraft Sourcebook. This fascinating collection of documents illustrates the development of ideas about witchcraft from ancient times to the twentieth century.
Many of the sources come from the period between andwhen more thanpeople source-book of Scottish witchcraft book mainly women – were prosecuted for witchcraft in Europe and colonial America. - Buy A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft book online at best prices in India on Read A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.5/5(2).
From the ancient misty Highlands of Scotland to modern-day America come the secrets of solitary Witchcraft practice.
Scottish Witchcraft explores "PectiWita," or the craft of the Picts, the mysterious early Keltic people. The Scottish PectiWita tradition differs in many ways from the Wicca of England-there is little emphasis on the worship source-book of Scottish witchcraft book the gods (though it is there), but /5(3).
The author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft introduces "PectiWita," or the craft of the Picts. Learn the history of these mysterious early Keltic people, their origins, beliefs, and celebrations. This book also explores the magic, sacred tools, herbal lore, song and dance, and recipes of the Scottish PectiWita tradition/5(35).
First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been the most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for almost thirty years. It has been invaluable to the specialist 5/5(2). The year-old book, source-book of Scottish witchcraft book the Names of Witches in Scotland,documents a time when persecuting supposed witches was rife.
The list of Scottish. ‘A Source-Book of Scottish witchcraft’ compiled by Christina Larner, Christopher Hyde Lee and Hugh V. McLachlan (University of Glasgow) NLS reference: L2 ‘Witch-hunting in Scotland: law, politics and religion’ by Brian P.
Levack (Routledge) NLS. Printed primary sources. There are two printed guides to witchcraft cases: George F. Black, A Calendar of Cases of Witchcraft in Scotland, (; reprinted in Levack ), and Christina Larner, Christopher H.
Lee and Hugh V. McLachlan, A Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft (). First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been the most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for almost thirty years.
It has been invaluable source-book of Scottish witchcraft book the specialist scholar source-book of Scottish witchcraft book of interest to the general : $ The Scottish Historical Review is source-book of Scottish witchcraft book premier journal in the field of Scottish historical studies, covering all periods of Scottish history from the early to the modern, encouraging a variety of historical approaches.
Contributors are regarded as authoritative in their subject area; the pages of the journal are regularly graced by leading Scottish : Julian Goodare. Online selecton of titles from Cornell University Library's witchcraft collection, covering the history of superstition and witchcraft persecution in Europe.
It documents the earliest and the latest manifestations of the belief in witchcraft as well as its geographical boundaries, and elaborates this history with works on canon law, the Author: Caroline Buff. The passing of the Scottish Witchcraft Act in made witchcraft, or consulting with witches, capital crimes in Scotland.
It is estimated that between 3, and 5, women were publicly accused of being witches in 16th and 17th Century Scotland, a much higher number than in England.
Source-book of Scottish witchcraft. Glasgow: SSRC Project on Accusations and Prosecution for Witchcraft in Scotland, (OCoLC) Online version: Larner, Christina. Source-book of Scottish witchcraft. Glasgow: SSRC Project on Accusations and Prosecution for Witchcraft in Scotland, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
This book is an interesting read. He presents some different ideas about Scottish witchcraft, such as using one's dirk for both magickal and mundane works (whereas, in modern day Wicca most people have their ceremonial knife aka the athame and use it primarily for magickal workings) - which actually made sense to me as I read it/5.
This book is believed to be one of the main sources used by William Shakespeare in the production of Macbeth. Shakespeare attributed many quotes and rituals found within the book directly to the Weird Sisters, yet also attributed the Scottish themes and settings referenced from the trials in which King James was involved.
King James also was a Author: James VI of Scotland. Christina Larner, Christopher H. Lee and Hugh V. McLachlan, A Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft (Glasgow, ) Stuart Macdonald, ‘The Scottish Witch Hunt Data Base’ (CD-Rom, privately published, ) 2.
Published primary sources Joseph Anderson (ed.), ‘The confessions of the Forfar witches ()’, Proceedings.A Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft (hereafter Source-Book) (Glasgow, ).
A total of thirty-eight names not included in Source-Book can be found in the Scottish Record Office (hereafter SRO), JC 26/27 (justiciary court processes), CH (kirk sessions records) and PA 7 (records of parliament).Cited by: This might mean charms and spells, or the use of healing herbs and other types of folk medicine, or both.
According to the extensive Survey in Scottish Witchcraft, there are records for 3, people accused of witchcraft, and 84 percent of the accused are women. About 65 percent of the accused were over the age of Author: Jason Daley. Get FREE shipping on A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft by Christina Larner, from First published in and now reprinted in its original form, A Source-book of Scottish Witchcraft has been the most authoritative reference book on Scottish Witchcraft for almost thirty years.
It has been invaluable to. Original MS. list, written by several hands. With MS. transcript. The original document is endorsed: 'Names of the witches. a source book of scottish witchcraft Download a source book of scottish witchcraft or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get a source book of scottish witchcraft book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. A Source Book Of Scottish Witchcraft. Witchcraft pamphlet: News from Scotland, View images from this item (28) This item is a limited edition facsimile reprint from of the witchcraft pamphlet Newes from Scotland, originally printed in London in It contains accounts of three women accused of witchcraft and tried before King James VI of Scotland, one of whom was said.
Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (DOST). Patricia Hanks and Flavia Hodges, Dictionary of First Names, Oxford, Christina Larner et al., A Source Book of Scottish Witchcraft, SSRC project, Department of Sociology, The University of Glasgow, Online Full-Text Primary Sources Primary sources are works written at the time your topic actually happened.
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because there are 4 types of file formats PDF, Kindle, ePub, and Mobi. Resources. Edward Peters, Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania, wrote this introduction to the Primary Source Media digital witchcraft project in The Literature of Demonology and Witchcraft After a relatively late start, one Scottish king who later became king of England and a number of Scottish and English clerics had.
An essay omitted from Witchcraft and Religion is C. Larner,'Two late Scottish witch-craft tracts'in S. Anglo (ed.), The DamnedArt. Essays in the Literature of Witchcrafi (London, I). The sources for the Scottish witch-hunt, including a list of all known witchcraft trials, were surveyed in C.
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McLachlan (, Paperback, Reprint) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Scottish Witchcraft (religion, spiritualism, and occult) The most barbaric persecution of witchcraft undoubtedly occurred in Germany, but Scotland came a close Presbyterian clergy acted like inquisitors, and the church sessions often shared the prosecution with the secular law courts.
Torture was intense and limited only by the fact that the poor. Witchcraft - History & Culture. () From the first book published in English through the age of Spenser and Shakespeare, contains o titles listed in Pollard & Redgrave's Short- Title The Witchcraft Collection is a rich source for students and scholars of the history of superstition and witchcraft persecution in : Ed Oetting.
Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland Book Description: This volume provides a valuable introduction to the key concepts of witchcraft and demonology through a detailed study of one of the best known and most notorious episodes of Scottish history, the North Berwick witch hunt, in which King James was involved as alleged victim, interrogator.
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Art by William Bouguereau. | Source. Thousands of people were accused of witchcraft in Europe from the Middle Ages into the Early Modern s: De Lamiis et Phitonicis Mulieribus, Part of Cornell University Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell's Witchcraft Collection contains over 3, titles documenting the history of the Inquisition and the persecution of witchcraft, primarily in Europe.
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National Emergency Scottish witchcraft trials by Brodie-Innes, J. W. (John William), n Publication date Topics Witchcraft, Witchcraft Publisher London: Sette of Odd VolumesPages: Christina Larner (22 November – 27 April ) was a British historian with pioneering studies about European witchcraft and a Professor of Sociology at the University of Glasgow.
She was an expert on the history of witchcraft in : Christina Jessy Ross, 22 NovemberLondon.Buckland's Complete Book Ebook Witchcraft is just what it says it is, a COMPLETE book of Witchcraft.
Obviously made for the student, it covers many important points in the whole of Witchcraft such as Herbalisism, History, Craft Names, Sabbats, Divination, and most importantly, the many practices of Magick.