The Galdrabók: An Icelandic Grimoire

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Stephen E. Flowers
S. Weiser, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 135 pages
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THE GALDRABOK, or Book of Magic, is the most important single document for understanding the practice of magic in late medieval Iceland. In this translation, the author discusses books of the black art, old gods, daemons of hell, runes and magical signs, theory and practice of magic.

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Historical Context PoliticoReligious
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History of Magic in Iceland
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Icelandic Books of the Black Art
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