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History of Witchcraft - Medieval Period P14 The Inquisition, an effort by the Catholic Church to seek out and punish heretics and force them to change their beliefs, can be said to have begun as early as about 1230. Around this time, Pope Gregory IX assigned the duty of carrying out inquisitions to trained individuals from the Dominican Order, and Inquisitors acted in the name of the Pope and with his full authority, using inquisitorial procedures.

Witches concocting an ointment to be used for flying to the Sabbath. By Hans Baldung Grien, Strassburg,

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Theodore de Bry copper engravings of J. de Léry Le Voyage au Brézil de Jean de Léry (La Rochelle, Image IV: A Broth is Made From the Intestines The women make a thick soup from the.

Danza Macabra, (Totentantz, Hans Holbein, 1538): il bambino

Danza Macabra, (Totentantz, Hans Holbein, 1538): il bambino

Holbein. Dance of death

Dance of death

illustration from 'Sea Monsters' by C Van Duzer 2013 courtesy of publisher: British Library

Sea Monsters on Medieval + Renaissance Maps by Chet Van Duzer (British Library

Henry Weston Keen, Skull Crowned with Snakes and Flowers (for the Duchess of Malfi and the White Devil by John Webster) c.1918-1935

Henry Weston Keen, Skull Crowned with Snakes and Flowers (for the Duchess of Malfi and the White Devil by John Webster)

Animalium, ferarum et bestiarum - Griffin -1663 by peacay, via Flickr

After Wenceslaus Hollar 1663 Animalium, ferarum et bestiarum

Artwork from the emblem book called Atalanta Fugiens or Atalanta Fleeing by Michael Maier (1568–1622), published by Johann Theodor de Bry in Oppenheim in 1617 (2nd edition 1618). It consists of 50 discourses with illustrations by Matthias Merian, each of which is accompanied by a verse of occulted Esoteric wisdom.

Artwork from the emblem book called Atalanta Fugiens or Atalanta Fleeing by Michael Maier (1568–1622), published by Johann Theodor de Bry in Oppenheim in 1617 (2nd edition 1618). It consists of 50 discourses with illustrations by Matthias Merian, each of which is accompanied by a verse of occulted Esoteric wisdom.

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Satan Presides at the Sabbat Attended by Demons in Human or Animal Shapes Giclee Print [by Bernard Zuber]

Infierno

Infernal punishment for the Seven Deadly Sins: the angry are dismembered alive. From Le grant kalendrier des Bergiers, printed by Nicolas le Rouge, Troyes,

Hercules and Omphale, Artist: After Bartholomeus Spranger (Netherlandish, Antwerp 1546–1611 Prague) Date: 1590

Hercules and Omphale, Artist: After Bartholomeus Spranger (Netherlandish, Antwerp Prague) Date: 1590

Альбрехт Дюрер. Апокалипсис. 1496—1498 гг.  Четыре всадника Апок.

People in the middle ages thought that the four horsemen of the apocalypse were coming and the end of the world was soon to arrive. They believed that the second horsemen, pestilence, brought the Black Death.

Danse Macabre. RING AROUND LOWER LEFT ARM, BETWEEN MATISSE FIGURES. YES, THANKS.

''And the Dead came to Dance '' {black and white photograph of a danse macabre painting that looks to be from the late

Sea Monsters on Medieval + Renaissance Maps (British Library 2013)

Sea Monsters on Medieval + Renaissance Maps by Chet Van Duzer (British Library

rindertjagersma: Spiegel der spaensche tyrannye (1620)

rindertjagersma: Spiegel der spaensche tyrannye (1620)

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