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Description Witch-Cult in Western Europe (1921)
Author Margaret Alice Murray
Date c. 1921



Margaret Alice Murray


The Witch-Cult in Western Europe : A Study in Anthropology


Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press

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Internet Archive identifier : witchcultinweste21murr

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