University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, 
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Acknowledgments Introduction: The Arras Witch Treatises in Context Anonymous of Arras, A History of the Case, State and Condition of Waldensian Heretics (Witches) Johannes Tinctor, Treatise Against the Sect of Waldensians (Witches) Bibliography Index.
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This is the first complete and accessible English translation of two major source texts--Tinctor's Invectives and the anonymous Recollectio--that arose from the notorious Arras witch hunts and trials in the mid-fifteenth century in France. These writings, by the "Anonymous of Arras" (believed to be the trial judge Jacques du Bois) and the intellectual Johannes Tinctor, offer valuable eyewitness perspectives on one of the very first mass trials and persecutions of alleged witches in European history. More importantly, they provide a window onto the early development of witchcraft theory and demonology in western Europe during the late medieval period--an entire generation before the infamous Witches' Hammer appeared. Perfect for the classroom, The Arras Witch Treatises includes a reader-friendly introduction situating the treatises and trials in their historical and intellectual contexts. Scholars, students, and others interested in the occult will find these translations invaluable. (source: Nielsen Book Data)