The Sorcery Trial of Alice Kyteler: A Contemporary Account (1324) Together with Related Documents in English Translation with Introduction and Notes
"The contemporary Narrative of the 1324 Sorcery Proceedings against Alice Kyteler (of Kilkenny, Ireland), a document of extraordinary importance, is the first recorded instance of a woman being accused of gaining the power of witchcraft through sexual inte"
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