De Lamiis et Pythonicis Mulieribus: Bibliotheca Daemonologica [Ulrich Molitor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The De Lamiis, was first. Ulrich Molitor (also Molitoris) was a legal scholar. He wrote an early treatise on witchcraft, De Lamiis et Pythonicis Mulieribus published in when he was. De Lamiis et Pythonicis Mulieribus. Call Number: Zi (Request the physical item to view in our reading room). Other Creator: Molitor, Ulrich. Type of.
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He wrote the work to allay the doubts  held by Archduke Sigismund of Austria regarding the topic.
On female witches and woodcuts : Ulrich Molitor’s De lamiis et pythonicis mulieribus
Politics, Everyday Life and Social Interactions, — This article about a German writer or poet is a stub. Das Museum des Zweiten Weltkriegs in Danzig. Citing articles via Web of Science 1. Kartoffeln, Frost und Spartakus: Retrieved from ” https: Sign in via your Institution Sign in. In a dialogue of ten chapters, Molitor, his patron Sigismund, Archduke of Austria, and Conrad Schatz, chief magistrate of Constance discuss the powers of witches, ultimately concluding that they are generally products of demonic illusion.
Natalie Kwan; Woodcuts and Witches: Transforming Occupation in the Western Zones of Germany: Although Molitor supported the death sentence for heretics and practitioners of witchcraft, from a moderate point of view for his time he considered that the Sabbaths were an illusion caused by the Devil and not a reality.
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If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Austrian Reconstruction and the Collapse of Global Finance, — The forty-two editions of De lamiis reveal a constantly changing set of ideas and images, both reflecting and influencing witchcraft beliefs. You do not currently have access to this article.
Omnipresent is Molitor’s conviction in the power of the devil who acts through the permission of God, to deceive mortals who are thereby culpable. Email alerts New issue alert. Don’t have an account? Although historians tend to interpret demonological treatises as fixed representations of learned attitudes to witchcraft, De lamiis lzmiis that no work was immutable.
To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Sigismund had learned of witchcraft from the Dominican inquisitors, James Sprenger and Heinrich Kramerwho had journeyed to the Tyrol to “root out witchcraft”,  but he was unconvinced of their claims; Sigismund in the dialogue was quick to dismiss evidence that was produced through the use of torture: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
This raises questions about the significance of the Malleus and other demonological treatises in witchcraft history, and allows us to explore the ways in which witchcraft treatises were read and understood. Most users should sign in with their email address. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Remarkably, forty-three editions of De lamiis muleribus printed in the period ——more editions than the extensively-studied Malleus Maleficarum.
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Ulrich Molitor also Molitoris born c. This page was last edited on 1 Februaryat Der innerdeutsche Paketverkehr im Kalten Krieg — Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar.
Molitor often quotes the Bible, Church Fathers and poets. Views Read Edit View history. Afterall but two editions of the Malleus were published in anthologies containing De lamiis. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.
The work is written in the form of a dialogue.
Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Sign In Forgot password? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Molitor was one of the sceptical or “moderate” proponents of witchcraft of his time.