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List of some early books containing magic related material:
 
List of some early books containing magic related material:
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* [[De viribus quantitatis]] (On The Powers Of Numbers), [[Luca Pacioli]] (in Italian between [[1496]] and [[1508]], limited publication by Conjuring Arts Research Center)
 
* [[A Brief and Pleasaunt Treatise]], entituled, natural and artificial conclusions ([[1581]]) Thomas Hill
 
* [[A Brief and Pleasaunt Treatise]], entituled, natural and artificial conclusions ([[1581]]) Thomas Hill
 
* The [[Discoverie of Witchcraft]] by [[Reginald Scot]] ([[1584]])
 
* The [[Discoverie of Witchcraft]] by [[Reginald Scot]] ([[1584]])

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List of some early books containing magic related material:

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