Demonolatry – Nicholas Remy

Demonolatry - Nicholas RemyAn important late sixteenth century text on witchcraft “drawn from the capital trials of 900 persons, more or less, who within the last fifteen years have in Lorraine paid the penalty of death for the crime of witchcraft” by Nicholas Remy, ‘Privy Councillor to the Most Serene Duke of Lorraine, and Public Advocate to his Duchy.’ Along with the better-known Malleus Maleficarum one of the core works on witch hunting. This edition formed Volume IV of Rodker’s ‘The Church and Witchcraft’ series edited by Montague Summers.

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