Lives Of The Necromancers: An Account Of The Most Eminent Persons In Successive Ages Who Have Claimed For Themselves Or To Whom Has Been Imputed By Others
1876. Partial list of Contents: Ambitious Nature of Man; Examples of Necromancy and Witchcraft from the Bible; Greece; Rome; Revolution Produced in the History of Necromancy and Witchcraft Upon the Establishment of Christianity; History of Necromancy in the East; Dark Ages of Europe; Communication of Europe and the Saracens; Revival of Letters; and Sanguinary Proceedings Against Witchcraft.
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Review: Lives of the NecromancersUser Review - Flint - Goodreads
I was actually hoping that it was going to be a fiction book about necromancers from the father of Mary Shelley, but no such luck. It's more like an encyclopedia. Godwin provides an expansive history ... Read full review