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Trial of Tempel Anneke : Records of a Witchcraft Trial in Brunswick, Germany 1663 (Paperback)
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The accused was Anna Roleffes, known as Tempel Anneke. She was arrested on the charge of witchcraft in June of 1663 and found guilty in a long and involved trial. She was executed in December that same year. Consisting of direct translations of the trial testimony, The Trial of Tempel Anneke allows readers to follow a witchcraft trial from beginning to end. This new edition includes a wealth of additional information about Tempel Anneke after her death, civic records related to sorcery, maps, a detailed cast of characters, and a new historiographical essay that traces changing perspectives on witch trials.