Wiesensteig witch trial
Wiesensteig witch trial took place in Wiesensteig in Germany in 1562–1563. It led to the execution of 67 women for sorcery. This has been described as the first of the great witch trials of Germany and the starting point of the continuing European witch hunt. The trial inspired to the popular book : Of the tricks of Demons, which were printed in six expanded editions in Latin between 1562 and 1583 and translated to French in 1565. It was recorded in 1563 in a pamphlet called "True and Horrifying Deeds of 63 Witches".

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History of witch trials | Witch Trials - Witches - Monstrous.com
A pamphlet called "True and Horrifying Deeds of 63 Witches" records the trial and burning of witches in the imperial lordship of Wiesensteig in southwestern ...
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Chronicles of an Anthropology Nerd : Germanic Witch Trials
Apr 5, 2011 ... Wiesensteig wasn't the only one who was known for widespread ... wanted to turn the witch trials into mild wrist slapping (sacred-texts.com).
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Sixteenth-Century Religious Reform and the Witch-Hunts - Oxford ...
The Oxford Handbook of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and Colonial ... 27.8 Anabaptists and Witches; 27.9 Witch Trials during the Early Reformation, 1520– 60; 27.10 Johann Weyer (Wier); 27.11 Wiesensteig: Witch-Hunting Revived ...
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Mar 10, 2013 ... European Witch Trials 1560—1660 A German Sonderweg? 1563: Weyer and Wiesensteig Germany's 'Superhunts' (1586-1639) A Bavarian ...
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The town of Fuersteneck, near Grafenau in Bavaria, Germany, was the location of a witch trial in 1703. A record of the trial was obtained from the parsonage of ...
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Wiesensteig witch trial took place in Wiesensteig in Germany in 1562–1563. ... Stanford: Stanford University Press (1972); William E. Burns: Witch hunts in ...
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1 The witch trials; 2 The recantation of Loos; 3 See also; 4 References ... One of the victims was Dietrich Flade, rector of the university and chief judge of the .... Wiesensteig witch trial (1562–63); Trier witch trials (1581–93); Fulda witch trials ...
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The storm was seen as an assassination attempt and a major witch-hunt ensued. ... When a hailstorm struck Wiesensteig, Germany in 1562 during the harvest ...
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Apr 5, 2011 ... Wiesensteig wasn't the only one who was known for widespread ... Flade was a rector of the university and chief judge of the electoral court.
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For this reason we shall examine the ways in which witch trials ended, with a view to refining the crude and inadequate idea of chain reaction. WIESENSTEIG The first large witch hunt in the German Southwest occurred in Wiesensteig on the ...
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Unknown to the humans who hanged innocent people at the Salem Witch Trials, real witches of the hidden race were slaughtered on the belief that they had betrayed the hiddens to the humans. Not one witch survived the genocide, or so it was believed for more than three hundred years. Until one day a girl named Aradia moves to Salem, Massachusetts, an...
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The Period of the Witch Trials William Monter Bengt Ankerloo, Stuart Clark ... 1563: WEYER AND WIESENSTEIG When investigating the history of continental European witch trials after 1560, one must remember that the German core of the  ...
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See also Eichstatt witch-hunt; E1I- wangen witch-hunt Weyer, Johann, 6, 24, 32, 34-37, 56, 77, 87, 90, 109, 113 ... 181 Wiesensteig witch-hunt, 1 13, 324-25 Willis , Deborah, 91, 241 Winter, Anton, 18 Witch, The (Diirer), 11 Witch and Dragon ...
A Delusion Of Satan: The Full Story Of The Salem Witch Trials
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*Starred Review* Almost everyone knows something about the infamous Salem witch trials, but few are privy to the chilling details that Hill, a British novelist and journalist turned scholar, reveals in her superb and boldly analytical study. Hill documents every grim particular of this travesty of justice and terrifying example of the power of sugg...
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The second of Sorcerie and Witch-craft: and the thirde, conteines a discourse of all these kindes of spirits, & Spectres that appeares & trobles persones: together with a conclusion of the whol work.
For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery
For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery
Rodney Stark, 2003
For the Glory of God challenges numerous assumptions about how religion affected the course of history. As a professor of Sociology and Comparative Religions at the University of Washington, Rodney Stark (The Rise of Christianity) has a unique ability to write like a chatty social Scientist while delving into complicated theories on religion and hi...
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Michael David Bailey, 2007
... 166, 167; use in witch trials, 142, 147, 159, 167 Transylvania, 174 Trent, Council of, 156, 199, 226 Trier, witch trials at, ... witchcraft, 239, 245; origins of, 239-40, 242-43; origin of word, 144, 243; spread of, 243-44 Wiesensteig, witch trials at, ...
Witch Hunts in Europe and America: An Encyclopedia
Witch Hunts in Europe and America: An Encyclopedia
William Earl Burns, 2003
From early sorcery trials of the 14th century—associated primarily with French and Papal courts—to the witch executions of the late 18th century, this book's entries cover witch-hunting in individual countries, major witch trials from Chelmsford, England, to Salem, Massachusetts, and significant individuals from famous witches to the devout pe...
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Burning witches, 1555. PART THREE (Read Part One and Part Two.) Major witch hunting panics arose in the 1560s throughout Europe and were especially severe in the German Southwest. Who were the victims of this mass hysteria? Even though witches were believed to come from all social classes, the trials focused on poor, middle-aged or older women (Merchant 138).
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