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Magic in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age - Literature, Science, Religion, Philosophy, Music, and Art. An Introduction
Classen, Albrecht. • S. 1-108

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Magical (and Maligned) Metalworkers: Understanding Representations of Early and High Medieval Blacksmiths
Tormey, Warren. • S. 109-148

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Painted Eyes, Magical Sieves and Carved Runes: Charms for Catching and Punishing Thieves in the Medieval and Early Modern Germanic Tradition
Benati, Chiara. • S. 149-218

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Constructing the Magical Biography of the Irish Druid Mog Ruith
O'Leary, Aideen M.. • S. 219-230

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Zum Umgang mit Zauberern im Rahmen frühmittelalterlicher Missionsanstrengungen
Galle, Christoph. • S. 231-258

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Magic and Science: The Portail des libraires, Rouen
Golan, Nurit. • S. 259-290

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The Magic of Love: Queen Isolde, the Magician Clinschor, and "Seeing" in Gottfried's Tristan and Wolfram's Parzival
Clason, Christopher R.. • S. 291-314

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Magical Gifts in Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan und Isolde and the Rejection of Magic
Morewedge, Rosemary Thee. • S. 315-336

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Was Eustace Diabolical? Magic and Devilry in Le roman de Wistasse le moine
Azuela, Cristina. • S. 337-376

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Merlin, or, a Prophet Turning Magician
Berthelot, Anne. • S. 377-396

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The Book of Zabulon - A Quest for Hidden Secrets: Intertextuality and Magical Genealogy in Middle High German Literature, with an Emphasis on Reinfried von Braunschweig
Tuczay, Christa Agnes. • S. 397-422

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Miracles and Magic: Necromantic Practices Found in Cantiga 125
Menaldi, Veronica. • S. 423-438

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Magic at the Margins: The Mystification of Maugis d'Aigremont
Jarchow, Kathleen. • S. 439-474

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The Magician at Home with his Family: Comparative Historical Ethnographies of Two Pre- Modern Magicians from Autobiographical Sources: John of Morigny and the Tibetan Monk Milarepa
Fanger, Claire. • S. 475-488

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Curious Clerks: Image Magic and Chaucerian Poetics
Weston, Lisa M. C.. • S. 489-506

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Representing Magic and Science in The Franklin's Tale and The Canon's Yeoman's Tale: Chaucer's Exploration of Connected Topics
Pigg, Daniel F.. • S. 507-522

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Magic in Late Medieval German Literature: The Case of the Good Magician Malagis
Classen, Albrecht. • S. 523-546

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Motives, Means, and a Malevolent Mantel: The Case of Morgan le Fay's Transgressions in Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur
Raymond, Dalicia K.. • S. 547-564

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Witchcraft, Heinrich Kramer's Nuremburg Handbook, and Ecclesiasticus: The Construction of the Fifteenth-Century Civic Sorceress
Ayanna, Amiri. • S. 585-590

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Magic and Ritual in Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Popular Medicine
Tomícek, David. • S. 591-608

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Attempted Murder by Magic: The Sorcerer and His Apprentice in Marguerite de Navarre's Heptaméron 1
Zegura, Elizabeth C.. • S. 609-636

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How Magical Was Renaissance Magic?
Willard, Thomas. • S. 637-656

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Magic in Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen's Saul and the Witch of Endor
Peacock, Martha Moffitt. • S. 657-684

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Heterochronic Representation of Magic in Czech Chapbooks
Koten, Jirí. • S. 685-704

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Rethinking Max Weber's Theory of Disenchantment
Coudert, Allison P.. • S. 705-740