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Very Good. Detailed account of witchcraft and accusations and their investigation in Spains' Basque region. Octavo, 607 pages. Gray cloth. Clean, unmarked copy. Binding, square and tight. In price-clipped dust jacket.
Hardcover. Thick octavo. xxxii + 608pp. Dark gray cloth lettered in gilt on spine, gilt design on front board. Maps. B/w illustrations. Index, notes, glossary, bibliography. A study of the "minority report" of Spanish inquisitor Alonso de Salazar, a document that provides one of the most important and detailed accounts of witches and their inquisitors in the early 17th century. Light bump to top edge of upper board, spine ends lightly rubbed, gift inscription on front free endpaper, otherwise a solid, clean VG+ copy in Good dust jacket (dust jacket rubbed & a little browned at edges, some creases & short edge-tears, small damp marks to reverse side at spine ends, not clipped).
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