Beyond the Witch Trials: Witchcraft and Magic in Enlightenment Europe

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INDEX
Note: page numbers given in bold refer to main entries
Aartsen, Janna 157
Aartsen, Jannes 157
Adam, Isobel 84, 85
Adelsheim, Philemon 193
Ahlgren, Erik 103, 108
Alberts, Hendrijke 162
Alt, Peter-André 201
America 193–4, 198, 201–2
angels 104
Ankarloo, Bengt 3
apparitions 190
archaeology 7, 167–86
Argiulo, Constantino 36
Arp, Jan Detlef 161
Bachter, Stephan 6, 7
Bahtin, Mihail 15
Bailyie, Robert 90
Bakker, Gerbrand 149
Bapst, Michael 200
Barry, Jonathan 5
Basil, St 101
Basse, Nikolaus 189
Bayle, Robert 47
bears 10
Behmenism 118, 130
Behringer, Wolfgang 2
Benninge, Leffert 161
Beugelink, Berent 147, 152, 154, 155, 164
Blagrave, Joseph 171
Blåkulla 11, 63, 67, 69
Blécourt, Willem de 2–3, 4–5, 6
Bloch, Marc 26
Bloemberg, Geesje Arents 147–8, 155, 159
Bohlin, Nils Svensson 105
Boswell, James 87
Bouknecht, Jan Jans 161, 162
Brauner, Sigrid 76, 77
Briggs, Robin 15
Broman, Olaf 77
Brossier, Marthe 50
Brown, John 89
Brunskill, R. W. 173
Burke, Peter 103
Calmet, Augustin 47
Cameron, Katharine 91
Capucins 158
Catcott, George 125
cats 90, 91, 110, 167, 175–6
charms 86–7, 182, 202
written 181–2, 194
Cicero 37, 49
church courts 5, 66–7, 74, 84–5, 87, 89, 90, 91, 148
Clark, Stuart 3, 15, 16
Cock Lane ghost 119, 120, 129
Coreset, Janet 84
Cornfoot, Janet 84, 85
Coster, Jan 162
Coster, Janna 162
Crawford, Isobel 88
cunning-folk 2, 7, 64, 71, 74–5, 118, 132, 136, 138, 144–66, 171–2
cursing 88–9
Daxelmueller, Axel 201
defamation 6, 10, 11, 12, 84, 85, 145, 164
Defoe, Daniel 81
Deism 118, 124
Devil, devils 2, 15, 36, 38, 39, 68, 72, 81, 88, 171, 190
pact with 2, 6, 73, 74, 84, 91, 100–13
pact with 2, 6, 73, 74, 84, 91, 100–13
possession by 45–60, 111–12, 117–39
Dixon-Smith, Denise 179
Doering-Manteuffel, Sabine 6, 7, 198, 201
dogs 90, 110, 182
Donald, Adam 86

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