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  • The seven-headed beast is worshipped by men of all nations, as told in the Book of Revelations. Engraving.
  • The god Apollo holding his bow and an arrow. Engraving by E. Delaune, ca. 1560.
  • Durga slaying the Buffalo demon depicted on a stand and surmounted on a torana decorated with smaller figures of demon kings and Hindu gods. Transfer lithograph.
  • A theurgist performing rituals to exercise divine powers on earth. Coloured aquatint.
  • A parody astrological diagram showing opposing aspects of the life of settlers in Jamaica: langorous noons and the hells of yellow fever. Coloured aquatint after A.James, 1800.
  • Witchcraft: Robert Hunt, with two other men, surmounted by a devil. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Witchcraft: a witch and a devil in a circle. Woodcut, 1720.
  • The hierarchie of the blessed angells. Their names, orders and offices / The fall of Lucifer with his angells. Written by Tho. Heywood.
  • Punishments of Hell. Chromolithograph.
  • Witchcraft: witches giving babies to the devil. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Christ winnowing evil from the human heart; a penitent bathing in the blood and water from Christ's side; an angel locking a dragon in hell. Engraving by H. Goltzius, 1578.
  • A witch holding a plant in one hand and a fan in the other. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • Witchcraft: witches and devils dancing in a circle. Woodcut, 1720.
  • A witch at her cauldron surrounded by monsters. Etching by Jan van de Velde II, 1626.
  • Eleven scenes of witchcraft. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Drs. Hermanus Schaepman and Abraham Kuyper, shown as witches, stoke the fire of a cauldron from which emanate devils; symbolising their struggle to institute suffrage, against prevailing resistance in the Dutch second chamber. Reproduction of a lithograph after Van Geldorp, 1901.
  • A goddess (Bellona?) surrounded by stags, rabbits or hares, demons and owls. Engraving by E. Delaune, ca. 1560.
  • Preparation for the witches' sabbath. Engraving by J. Aliamet after D. Teniers the younger, 18th century.
  • Witchcraft: a man on horseback. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Durga slaying the Buffalo Demon. Chromolithograph, 1883.
  • Joan of Arc conjures demons in Shakespeare's 'Henry VI'; but the demons are uncompliant; one hangs his head on the left. Engraving by C. Warren, 1805, after J. Thurston.
  • A magician stands in the middle of a circle holding a stick in one hand and a book in the other as he is watched by the devil in the form of a dragon. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • A circle of witches dance around a central figure. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • A witches' sabbath. Line engraving, 17--.
  • A witch at her cauldron surrounded by monsters. Etching by Jan van de Velde II, 1626.
  • Cherubs and demons hold up pictures in front of a youth; a woman embroiders; representing the age of twenty. Engraving by Conrad Meyer, 16---.
  • Double picture: a person hanging from the gallows; a witch burning a sleeping couple while a demon figure carries off a child. Woodcut, 1790.
  • Satan's invisible world discovered, or, A choice collection of modern relations proving evidently, against the atheists of this present age, that there are devils. Spirits, witches, and apparitions, from authentic records, and attestations of witnesses of undoubted veracity : To which is added, the marvellous history of Major Weir and his sister, the witches of Bargarran, Pittenweem, Calder, &c / By Mr. George Sinclair.
  • Devils besiege a man's head; symbolising headache. Lithograph by C. Ramelet after H. Daumier, c. 1833.
  • Residents of Ephesus burn their books on the magic arts before Saint Paul. Engraving, 18th century, after J. Thornhill.