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  • Saul consults the witch of Endor. Engraving by J. Mynde, c. 1737.
  • Preparation for the witches' sabbath. Etching by D. Vivant-Denon after D. Teniers the younger.
  • Witchcraft: a white-faced witch meeting a black-faced witch with a great beast. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Elymas (also known as Bar-Jesus) the magician is rendered blind by Paul in front of the proconsul of Cyprus. Mezzotint by J. Simon after Raphael.
  • Zorastro : a romance / by Creswick J. Thompson [pseud.].
  • Witchcraft: a ship being confronted by a sea-devil (?). Woodcut, 1720.
  • Elisha's skeleton exerts a magical power when a dead soldier who has fallen into his grave is brought back to life. Etching by M. Tyroff, c. 1735.
  • An old wizard sitting within a magic circle at his desk visited by a nobleman. Engraving by T. Engleheart after A. Fraser the elder.
  • A shaman or medicine man with extensive body painting and nose stick, Australia. Colour process print.
  • Saul consults Samuel after the witch of Endor has conjured him from the dead; demons crowd the background. Engraving by J. Taylor after S. Rosa, 1813.
  • Professors C.B. Spruyt and Van Pesch are told by Death that all knowledge comes from him; referring to the change in electoral law concerning the minimum voting age. Reproduction of a lithograph by J. Braakensiek, 1893.
  • Witchcraft: the devil bringing medicine to a man or woman in bed (?). Woodcut, 1720.
  • The fatal book opened : an authentic account of John Albert, a young gentleman in Hamburgh, who by the constant study of the works of Friar Bacon and Doctor Faustus, and other books of magic and astrology, had acquired an awful knowledge of cabalistics, necromancy and the black art.
  • Saul consults Samuel after the witch of Endor has conjured him from the dead; demons crowd the background. Engraving by A. Laurent, 17--, after S. Rosa.
  • Witchcraft: a witch and a devil making a nail with which to make a boy lame. Woodcut, 1720.
  • The discouerie of witchcraft, wherein the lewde dealing of witches and witchmongers is notablie detected, the knauerie of coniurors, the impietie of inchantors, the follie of soothsaiers, the impudent falshood of cousenors, the infidelitie of atheists, the pestilent practices of Pythonists, the curiositie of figurecasters, the vanitie of dreamers, the beggerlie art of Alcumystrie, the abhomination of idolatrie, the horrible art of poisoning, the vertue and power of naturall magike, and all the conueiances of legierdemaine and iuggling are deciphered. And many other things opened, which have long lien hidden, howbeit verie necessarie to be knowne. : Heerevnto is added a treatise vpon the nature and substance of spirits and diuels, &c: / all latelie written by Reginald Scot. Esquire.
  • Zorastro : a romance / by Creswick J. Thompson [pseud.].
  • A witch. Etching by G. Petrini after D. Teniers.
  • Two Australian aborigines performing a ceremony with a magical stick to make another person ill. Halftone.
  • Witchcraft: a bewitched woman vomiting. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Zorastro : a romance / by Creswick J. Thompson [pseud.].
  • The witch of Endor conjures up the ghost of Samuel at the request of Saul, who lies petrified on the ground. Engraving by R.I. Martin after B. West.
  • A rosary, a medallion of St Benedict, a charm said to cause loss of eyesight, and hands showing lines and features to be interpreted by palmistry (including lines forecasting violent death); all illustrating 'superstition'. Engraving.
  • Zorastro : a romance / by Creswick J. Thompson [pseud.].
  • A witch casting spells over a steaming cauldron. Engraving by H.S. Thomassin after Demaretz.
  • Demons and witches arrive at the sabbath. Engraving by J. Aliamet after D. Teniers the younger, 1755.
  • Chiron the centaur teaching Achilles the arts of magic. Etching by A.M. Zanetti, 1758, after G. Zompini after G.B. Castiglione.
  • A woman with a castle on her head traces a compass across a globe while two men crouch over it; representing geometry. Engraving by C. Cort, 1565, after F. Floris, c. 1557.
  • A man holds a scythe as winged creatures fly above him, three figures approach on a horse, and another figure approaches from the left with a scroll. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • De praestigiis daemonum, et incantationibus ac veneficiis libri sex, aucti et recogniti / [Johann Weyer].