The English Witchcraft Statute of 1563 Revisited (This paper is dedicated to the memory of Clive Holmes)
Norman Jones, ‘Defining Superstitions: Treasonous Catholics and the Act Against Witchcraft of 1563’, in Charles Carleton et al., eds, States, Sovereigns, and Society (1998), 187–203;

Michael Devine, ‘Treasonous Catholic Magic and the 1563 Witchcraft Legislation: the English State’s Response to Catholic Conjuring in the Early Years of Elizabeth I’s reign’, in Marcus Harmes and Victoria Bladen, eds, Supernatural and Secular Power in Early Modern England (2015), 67-94; Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic (1971), ch. 14.

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