To what extent did pre-existing Welsh customary practices and laws shape witchcraft trials and accusations in Early Modern Wales? An examination of Witchcraft as Malefice trials in Wales and their outcomes in relation to customary laws during the Seventeenth Century

Ward, Isabella (2021). To what extent did pre-existing Welsh customary practices and laws shape witchcraft trials and accusations in Early Modern Wales? An examination of Witchcraft as Malefice trials in Wales and their outcomes in relation to customary laws during the Seventeenth Century. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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