Witchcraft in France and Switzerland: The Borderlands During the Reformation
Cornell University Press, 1976 - Jura Mountains (France and Switzerland) - 232 pages
Procès de sorcellerie à Genève, dans le Jura, le Pays de Vaud et le canton de Neuchâtel (Val-de-Travers, Boudry, Colombier, Neuchâtel, Valangin, etc., entre 1568 et 1677).
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The Rise and Fall of Witchcraft Theory
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