RMDYF28R–A Modest Enquiry Into the Nature of Witchcraft, by Rev. John Hale of Beverly. The book was written in 1697, but Hale desired it not to be printed until after his death. In 1702 it was published in Boston and is an explanation by one of the important participants in the 1692 Salem Witch trials
RMM9N1XB–WITCHCRAFT A group of witches offering wax effigies to the Devil in a 17th century woodcut
RMG8MYR1–Middle Ages. Women accused of witchcraft leading to prison. Engraving, 19th century.
RMEWFWY8–The torture of a woman accused of witchcraft in the middle ages.
RMBJNRW4–witchcraft, foolish man is selling his soul to the devil,
RMB20D3M–Record of Tituba testimony at the Salem witchcraft trials 1690s. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
RFJ2MEYG–Witchcraft vintage illustration, witches at the caldron on fire flames preparing a potion
RFJ6MMX0–crystal rustical rustic witchcraft pentacle pentagram spell arm weapon knive
RM2HPFAP2–Salvator Rosa, Scenes of Witchcraft: Night, painting, oil on canvas, 1645-1649
RMMC6GGE–WITCHCRAFT The Witches' Sabbat - woodcut after the fold-out engraving in The History of the Ridiculous Extravagances of Monsieur Oufle, 1711.
RMHF79NF–Title page from ‘The Discoverie of Witchcraft’ by Reginald Scot (1538-1599) published in 1584; a treatise that sought to explain rationally the superstitious beliefs prevalent in the 16th century.
RMT9658Y–Hanging of a farm woman declared by the Inquisition to be possessed by demons. It has been estimated that tens of thousands of people were executed for witchcraft in Europe and the American colonies over several hundred years. Although it is not possible to ascertain the exact number, modern scholars estimate around 40-50,000. Common methods of execution for convicted witches were hanging, drowning and burning.
RMB4XMB7–Dawn Dale with the painting of her Grandmother Helen Duncan who was the last woman convicted of witchcraft in Britain 1944 January 2001
RMKGR00A–WITCHCRAFT - An old woodcut showing a witch's familiars, demons and goblins
RMKC8EWJ–Scene of Witchcraft, Anonymous, German, 17th century
RMBKC8NR–Witchcraft Tools - John Gollop
RF2CDF5ET–Salt pentagram symbol on wiccan witch altar. Hand made pentagram for protection and meditation for witchcraft ritual. Vertical
RMBTJYR9–Salem Witch Trials. An act to reverse the attainders of George Burroughs and others of witchcraft. Boston, Massachusetts, Legislation passed in 1711 restored the rights and good names of those who had been accused. 1713.
RMEC7Y4C–Engraving depicts witchcraft trial. Mary Walcott (1675-1720) is shown here as a witness. Dated 1876
RMJJAJ8T–WITCHCRAFT Woodcut showing witches dancing in a forest from The Witch of the Woodlands published in 1655
RMTXGR9W–Thomas Malory (d.1471) Morte d'Arthur. Morgan le Fay casts spell on Merlin. Engraving after Henry Ryland (1856-1924) English painter and illustrator
RMFA6FMK–George Burroughs (c.1652 –1690) reciting the Lord's Prayer before his execution at Witches Hill, Salem, Massachusetts, on 19 August 1690, after being accused of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials.
RMBJN72M–witchcraft, witch produces whey by using magic, woodcut by Gailer von Kaisersberg, 1517,
RMBG8T75–Cotton Mather, 'Memorable Providences Relating to Witchcrafts,' title page, 1689. Halftone with a watercolor wash
RF2GMTN9E–Mystic boho witchcraft hand drawn animals and moths insects. Witchcraft magical dolphin, bear, lizard, snake and moth vector illustration set
RFT53366–Witch and witchcraft doodles symbols set. Hand-drawn vector illustration and magic icons. Hand-drawn, doodle, sketch magician set. Black magic.
RMMC86CY–WITCHCRAFT Antics of men, women and demons at the Witches Sabbat. Engravings from the 1808 edition of Bernard Picart's 'Religious Ceremonies and Customs of the World'
RMHF79NH–‘A type or figure of the circle for the maister and his fellowes to sit in’ from ‘The Discoverie of Witchcraft’ by Reginald Scot (1538-1599) published in 1584; a treatise that sought to explain rationally the superstitious beliefs prevalent in the 16th century.
RMT809YM–Witches Casting Rain Spell, 1489
RMBM5FJ4–A Busy Day for the Old Witch
RFR0B10A–Palmistry, chiromancy. White on a blackboard background. Poster print design, vector illustration.
RM2DCJXX2–Trial of George Jacobs for Witchcraft, Salem, Mass, still image, Postcards, 1898 - 1931
RFA4XF4C–girl standing in a pentagram
RF2C44CGN–Female wiccan witch (wearing vintage jewelry) lighting a yellow candle on her Litha midsummer Sabbat Solstice celebration altar filled with flowers
RMBM2R29–Exterior of the Museum of Witchcraft in the village of Boscastle, Cornwall, England, UK
RMD9CYAC–Witch, holding candle made of human fat and an artame or magic knife, summons up a demon in the form of a winged dragon. From Historia de gentibus septentrionalibus, Antwerp, 1562, by Olaus Magnus.
RMC717EB–WITCHCRAFT German woodcut showing massacre of reputed witches in 1555
RFBX0RFT–Three magical wizard wands on old parchment
RM2HM4WWA–Miss Goody Two-Shoes is brought in front of a magistrate after being accused of witchcraft for having invented a barometer to help farmers predict the weather. After an illustration by Walter Crane for an 1874 edition of The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes. The book was originally published in 1765.
RMBBNBH7–witchcraft, witches, superstition, woodcraft from 'Hexen Meysterey', by Ulrich Molitor, Strasbourg, 1545,
RM2BXG7WX–Saul and the Witch of Endor 1 Samuel 28:7 From the book 'Bible Gallery' Illustrated by Gustave Dore with Memoir of Dore and Descriptive Letter-press by Talbot W. Chambers D.D. Published by Cassell & Company Limited in London and simultaneously by Mame in Tours, France in 1866
RMA302N8–Devil At Sabbat
RMRC7A12–Constitutio Criminalis Carolina. Witchcarft should be executed with fire. 1580-1680. Engraving by Germania, 1882.
RMA79MYP–Dying Tulips & Black Vase Candle
RMM6WKXJ–Middle Ages European folklore: fairy Melusine, half woman and half fish, vintage engraving
RFBJ4T2T–Witch sabbath - Witches flying to a castle to sabbath
RMT809YK–Witches Burned at Stake, 1555
RFA3RA0R–gypsy reading tarot cards
RM2DT24GY–Artist, attributed to: Pseudo Bocchi, Italian, active ca. 1700–1740, Witchcraft Scene with Dwarves, ca. 1700–1710, Oil on canvas, 91.8 × 126.2 × 1.9 cm (36 1/8 × 49 11/16 × 3/4 in.), Not on view, Italian, Lombardy, 18th century, Paintings
RFR35R4R–Witchcraft. A Wicca altar with candles, crystal stones, and runes, with a little broom with a pentacle, on a dark rustic wooden background
RMC6KDPN–Pastor Hugo Alvarez breaks an idol during the exorcism ritual at the Church of the Divine Saviour in Mexico City, Mexico.
RMFB2HGJ–Reverend Felix Aubel has written about the rise of witch craft in Wales. Pictured at his chapel in Trelech, Carmarthen, Wales
RMD9CY9N–Women under the influence of the Devil chattering during Mass. Woodcut, Augsburg, 1498.
RMF4X1G7–WITCHES from a 1516 engraving in a book on witchcraft by Johann Geiler von Kaiserberg
RMA8FDY3–Trial for witchcraft at Salem Massachusetts 1692. Hand-colored woodcut
RMEKCW48–Three witches hanging. After the title page of a contemporary pamphlet on the third Chelmsford witch trial of 1589.
RMBJN55T–superstition, witchcraft, Walpurgis' Night and Walpurgis Night dream, etching by Michael Herr, 1620,
RM2K7PGPN–Witchcraft trial depiction, Witchcraft traditionally means the use of magic or supernatural powers to harm others. A practitioner is a witch.
RMJH2A8P–Inquisition. Dominican monks burned at the stake for pacts with the Devil. Engraving, 1549. Historie veritable de quatre lacopins, Geneva.
RMA45R2R–Potion Bottles & Herbs
RMKD87XT–A Witches' Sabbath in Middle Ages
RM2HPFAPN–Salvator Rosa, Scenes of Witchcraft: Morning, painting, oil on canvas, 1645-1649
RMT809YF–Urbain Grandier Burned at Stake, 1634
RM2A6FAHM–Title page from ‘Aradia or The Gospel of the Witches’ by Charles Godfrey Leland (1824-1903) American folklore researcher. The book containing a report on the beliefs of 19th century Italian witchcraft as conveyed to him through a manuscript given to him by a witch informant named Maddalena. Photograph from 1899 first edition published by David Nutt.
RMERGJEG–Witchcraft trial . Lowering suspected witch into the water to find out if she would survive and therefore be regarded as a
RMBYJY4F–Vintage illustration of the Reverend George Burroughs (c1650 - 1692) being accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials.
RMFB2HH0–Reverend Felix Aubel has written about the rise of witch craft in Wales. Pictured at his chapel in Trelech, Carmarthen, Wales
RMF7NBDD–Ulrich Molitor ( c. 1442, died 1507) legal scholar. He wrote an early treatise on witchcraft, De Lamiis et Pythonicis Mulieribus (Of Witches and Diviner Women), published in 1489
RMF4X207–WITCHCRAFT Medieval woodcut of a male and femail witches with the Devil in the form of a huge dog. Note the cloven hooves.
RMB20ET1–Site of the witchcraft executions in Salem Massachusetts. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJMR528–Italy Liguria Valle argentina Triora Ethnographic and witchcraft
RMBBNBJ0–witchcraft, witches, superstition, 'Departure for the Sabbath', copper engraving, by Queverdo, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RM2K7PGPP–Witchcraft trial depiction, Witchcraft traditionally means the use of magic or supernatural powers to harm others. A practitioner is a witch.
RMJH8XXE–Satan rebaptizing young sorcerers. 17th century. Engraving, Color.
RMA79MXW–Triple Moon & Goddess Cauldron
RMKD87XA–A Witches' Sabbath in Middle Ages
RMMC88AA–WITCHCRAFT poppet doll
RM2HPFAP9–Salvator Rosa, Scenes of Witchcraft: Day, painting, oil on canvas, 1645-1649
RMG15K26–Engraving entitled: 'Witch riding backward on a goat accompanied by four putti' by the Northern Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer (1471-1528). Witchcraft is the use of magical faculties, most commonly for religious, divinatory or medicinal purposes. This
RMP68WM7–Landscape with a Scene of Witchcraft; 1630 by Agostino Tassi ( 1578– 1644) Italian painter
RMH9M209–Middle Ages. Women accused of witchcraft leading to prison. Engraving, 19th century. Colored.
RFMGKG16–The setting for this illustration that dates to around 1880 is the environs of London, England. Members of a religious group known as Puritans are preparing to leave England for the New World - they will become more commonly known as the Pilgrims, and the Mayflower will be one of their boats. Witchcraft and the condemnation of those thought to be witches are rife. Here a crowd gather about an old woman whom they have accused of being a witch. They then throw her in the pond. Dunking in water was a common practice at the time to test if a person was a witch - if the person floated, the person w
RFWB4A8C–Hooded Woman in black robes in front of the Waterfall. Witches. Halloween and Gothic concept. Witchcraft and magic.
RMA5RTT7–NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL LONDON WOMEN WEARING LARGE FANTASY COSTUMES BASED ON THEMES OF WITCHCRAFT
RMEC82NP–Landscape with a Scene of Witchcraft; 1630 by Agostino Tassi ( 1578– 1644) Italian painter
RMF4HA8T–WITCHCRAFT Elizabethan woodcut showing a man suspected of witchcraft being subjected to the 'sink or swim' proof. All hands are raised in expectation of a divine judgement.
RMB20KPA–Salem colonist warned of witchcraft by Tituba 1690s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJMR50D–Liguria Valle argentina Triora Ethnographic and witchcraft museum
RMBJNMPT–witchcraft, scene with witches, pen drawing by Frans Franck (+ 1642), witch, witches' kitchen, cauldron, historic, historical, 17th century, people,
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