7 edition of The History of Magic in the Modern Age found in the catalog.
September 30, 2000
by Carroll & Graf Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Apart from the very first chapter, that is. Originally published inthe vignette treatments of varied topics of magic throughout history uses primary sources for reference, with a few secondary source materials to give impressions of the changes from Babylon to Early Modern in practices, and beliefs/5.
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History of Magic: Selected full-text books and articles The Varieties of Magical Experience: Indigenous, Medieval, and Modern Magic By Lynne Hume; Nevill Drury Praeger, Read preview Overview. Nevill Drury (1 October – 15 October ) was an English-born Australian editor and publisher, as well as the author of over 40 books on subjects ranging from shamanism and western magical traditions to art, music, and anthropology.
His books have been published in 26 countries and in 19 mater: Sydney University (BA), Macquarie. The third volume of The History of Evil encompasses the early modern era from – This revolutionary period exhibited immense change in both secular knowledge and sacred understanding.
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