2 edition of Repression of heresy in Germany, 1348-1520. found in the catalog.
Repression of heresy in Germany, 1348-1520.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 538 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||538|
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The book begins with a full discussion of the social history of magic and of the ways in which magical beliefs borrowed from a diversity of cultures. Thereafter, within a wider study of the growth and development of the phenomenon, the author shows how magic served as a point of contact between the popular and elite classes, how the reality of.
Author of Magic in the Middle Ages, Unquiet souls, European witch trials, Sainthood, Forbidden rites, Repression of heresy in medieval Germany, Theology in Stone, SainthoodWritten works: Forbidden Rites. Hazards of the dark arts: advice for medieval princes on witchcraft and magic ; Johannes Hartlieb's Book of all forbidden arts () and Ulrich Molitoris's On witches and pythonesses () Hartlieb, Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany Kieckhefer, Richard.
Richard Alan Kieckhefer: Professor of Religion and History, Department of Religious Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Dissertation:" Repression of Heresy in Germany, " Robert Johnson Rosenbaum Dissertation: "Mexicano versus Americano: A Study of Hispanic-American Resistance to Anglo-American Control in New Mexico.
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