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Medieval drawing of a witch flying with an herbal aid.

Witch Hunts in Scotland: Scottish Witch Isobel Gowdie and King James' Role in Witch Trials

An illustration of Ann Redferne and Chattox, two of the Pendle witches, from Ainsworth's novel The Lancashire Witches, published in 1849. Ann Redferne is called Nance in the novel, and described as Chattox' grand-daughter, although she was in reality her daughter

An illustration of Ann Redferne and Chattox, two of the Pendle witches, from Ainsworth's novel The Lancashire Witches, published in 1849. Ann Redferne is called Nance in the novel, and described as Chattox' grand-daughter, although she was in reality her daughter

Witch trials in Germany | The Würzburg witch trial, which took place in Germany in 1626–1631, is one of the biggest mass-trials & mass-executions seen in Europe during the Thirty Years War; 157 men, women & children in the city of Würzburg are confirmed to have been burned alive at the stake; 219 are estimated to have been executed in the city proper, & an estimated 900 were killed in the entire Prince-Bishopric.

Witch trials in Germany | The Würzburg witch trial, which took place in Germany in 1626–1631, is one of the biggest mass-trials & mass-executions seen in Europe during the Thirty Years War; 157 men, women & children in the city of Würzburg are confirmed to have been burned alive at the stake; 219 are estimated to have been executed in the city proper, & an estimated 900 were killed in the entire Prince-Bishopric.

Medieval witch with her crow familiars. In the Middle Ages, demons or familiars in the forms of owls or crows supposedly attended witches, accompanying them on their broomstick flights and carrying out their evil commands.

Medieval witch with her crow familiars. In the Middle Ages, demons or familiars in the forms of owls or crows supposedly attended witches, accompanying them on their broomstick flights and carrying out their evil commands.

The tale of Jane Wenham, found guilty of witchcraft in 1712 // Fascinating read! Courtesy of Lisa Smith, Associate Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan

The tale of Jane Wenham, found guilty of witchcraft in 1712 // Fascinating read! Courtesy of Lisa Smith, Associate Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan

FREE DOWNLOAD! Life Size Body Biography: Character Analysis CCSS ELA-Literacy 4-12 -Shown here -Lady Macbeth body biography - any group that ever picks her for this task creates a masterpiece.

FREE DOWNLOAD! Life Size Body Biography: Character Analysis CCSS ELA-Literacy 4-12 -Shown here -Lady Macbeth body biography - any group that ever picks her for this task creates a masterpiece.

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