Witchcraft and Magic in Europe, Volume 1: Biblical and Pagan Societies
In the ancient Near East, the art of influencing the natural course
of events by means of spells and other ritual forms was universal.
The social and political role of magic is apparent, too, in the
competition to achieve precedence over rival systems of
Praise for the series: "An exceptional historical and social analysis of a subject of enduring interest."-Library Journal "Although intended mainly for scholars, there is much to interest the common reader."-New Yorker "A modern scholarly survey of a wide variety of beliefs and practices from ancient times to the present."-Theology Digest
Bengt Ankarloo is Professor of History at Lund University, Sweden. Stuart Clark is Professor of History at the University of Wales, Swansea.
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