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Witchcraft in 17th century Venice: an alternative to marriage or a career (by Professor Sally Scully) 

Neapolitan Witchcraft  by J.B. Andrews (1897)

Serpent Mound by Max Dashu 

Diana Nemorensis by Andrew Alfoldi

A Jouney Around the Figure of the Befana (by Claudia and Luigi Manciocco)

Italian Herbs in Folk Magic Remedies by Andrea Pieroni, Cassandra Quave, and Rocco Santoro


The Stregoneria Italiana Project

Stregoneria: Its Two Forms


Aradia:  Book of the Holy Strega (excerpt)

Roots of Italian Witchcraft by Raven Grimassi

Who are the Real Strega? - by Raven Grimassi

Herodias and Witchcraft - by Raven Grimassi

 The Deer Man Ritual - by Raven Grimassi

The Witch Mural at Massa Marittima - by Raven Grimassi

The Cimaruta Charm - by Raven Grimassi

The Magician, Cobbler, and the Italian Tarot - by Raven Grimassi

The Society of Diana - by Raven Grimassi

Italian Folk Magic vs Italian Witchcraft - by Raven Grimassi

Charles Godfrey Leland - by Raven Grimass

Maddalena - by Raven Grimass

Aradia - by Raven Grimassi

Parallels between Italian Witchcraft and modern Wicca - by Raven Grimassi

A historical and literary view of Italian Witchcraft  - by Raven Grimassi

Catholicism and Italian Witchcraft - by Raven Grimassi