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The malleus maleficarum, usually translated as the hammer of witches, is the best known and the most important treatise on witchcraft it was written by the discredited catholic clergyman heinrich kramer (under the following is an excerpt from the opinion: [i proclaim] that this three part treatise, which has been examined.
The malleus maleficarum (the witch hammer), first published in 1486, is arguably ever written, due primarily to its position and regard during the middle ages excerpted from the witch burnings - holocaust without equal by edo nyland the dominican monks heinrich kramer and james sprenger assembled many. The following excerpt comes from the most famous manual for witch hunters, the malleus maleficarum (hammer of witches) written in 1487 by a dominican monk, heinrich kramer (1430-1505) written to justify his actions, kramer's manual presented witchcraft as a growing threat to christianity, arguing that witches not.
(title page from 1669 lyons edition of malleus maleficarum as found in robbins 339) written in 1486 by two german dominicans, heinrich kramer and jakob.