ContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Theurgy, Magic, and MysticismClaire FangerI. Texts of the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries1 Magic, Theurgy, and Spirituality in the Medieval Ritual of the Ars notoriaJulien Veronese (English translation by Claire Fanger)2 Uplifting Souls: The Liber de essentia spirituum and the Liber RazielisSophie Page3 The Liber iuratus Honorii and the Christian Reception of Angel MagicKatelyn Mesler4 Honorius and the Sigil of God: The Liber iuratus in Berengario Ganell's Summa sacre magiceJan R. Veenstra5 Covenant and the Divine Name: Revisiting the Liber iuratus and John of Morigny's Liber florum Claire FangerII. Late Fourteenth- Through Sixteenth-Century Texts6 Antonio da Montolmo's De occultis et manifestis or Liber intelligentiarum: An Annotated Critical Edition with English Translation and IntroductionNicolas Weill-Parot (in collaboration with Julien Veronese)7 Between the March of Ancona and Florence: Jewish Magic and a Christian TextHarvey J. Hames8 Language, Secrecy, and the Mysteries of Law: Theurgy and the Christian Kabbalah of Johannes Reuchlin Elliot R. Wolfson9 Ritual Invocation and Early Modern Science: The Skrying Experiments of Humphrey GilbertFrank KlaassenSelected BibliographyIndex
Claire Fanger is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Rice University, USA. She is the editor of Conjuring Spirits: Texts and Traditions of Medieval Ritual Magic (Penn State, 1998).
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