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bewitchment threats of the early modern witchcraft trials. For the time being, we have annotated and marked data related to bewitchment or verbal magic in the Digital Database of Hungarian Witch Trials. In the first wave, the data we included in the

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Witches? The Social Roles of the Accused in the European Witch Trials. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 9 : 689-715. Who Were the Witches? The Social Roles of the Accused in the European Witch Trials Journal of Interdisciplinary History

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–169. Kligman , Gail 1981: Căluş. Symbolic Transformation in Romanian Ritual . Chicago and London. Komáromy , Andor 1910: Magyarországi boszorkányperek oklevéltára [Archives of Hungarian Witch Trials]. Magyar Tudományos

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[A Dissenting Opinion on Our Ancient Religion]. In Idem: Őseinkről , 158 - 171 . Budapest : Gondolat Kiadó . Lehoczky , Tivadar 1887 Beregmegyei boszorkány-perek [Witch Trials in Bereg County]. Hazánk, Történelmi Közlöny VII : 296 - 306

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Authors: Éva Pócs and María Palleiro

get secularized, and what their role is in terms of the community role and identity of the healers. Finally, Emese Ilyefalvi examines the threats found in the records of 17 th –18 th -century Hungarian witch trials, primarily from the perspective of

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transvection ointments in witch trials or demonology literature. And while some have used that fact as a way to argue against the reality of these ointments ( Ostling, 2016 ), they overlook a somewhat obvious and practical point: namely, using these kinds of

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123 142 Schram , Ferenc 1970: Magyarországi boszorkányperek 1529–1768 [Witch trials in Hungary 1529–1768] . I. Budapest, 454. Schurr , Theodore G. 1995: Aboriginal Siberian Use of Amanita

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Authors: Robert Beckstead, Bryce Blankenagel, Cody Noconi and Michael Winkelman

deeply invested in the study of occult practices, and herbal, plant, pharmaceutical, folk medicine /craft, and the utilization of “spirituous liquors” ( Brooke, 1996 ; Quinn, 1998 ). Salem witch trials The Smith family

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hermit as a healing specialist. THE HEALING PRACTICES OF JACINTO GARCÍA Although we know from the witch trials that deeds attributed and practices actually carried out were not necessarily identical (Compare: Blécourt 2008 :297), the unanimous

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