Was James VI and I truly the witch-hunting, demon-studying zealot that he has traditionally been seen as? Today we take a look at the court of King James, and hear about the trials that dotted his early reign.
This episode primarily makes use of the following sources:
- Holmes, R., Witchcraft in British History (1974)
- MacFarlane, A., Witchcraft in Tudor and Stuart England (London, 1970)
- Levack, B., ‘State-Building and Witch Hunting’, in Darren Oldridge (ed.), The Witchcraft Reader (London, 2002)
- Poole, R., (ed.), The Lancashire Witches: Histories and Stories (2002)
A full bibliography can be found on the website.