Scot, Reginald (15381599)

Scot, Reginald, author of a famous work, “The Discoverie of Witchcraft” (1584), remarkable as one of the earliest exposures of the absurdities of witchcraft and kindred superstitions, which provoked King James's foolish defence “Dæmonology”; son of a Kentish baronet; educated at Oxford, and spent a peaceful life gardening and studying; wrote also “The Hoppe Garden” (15381599).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Scory, John * Scotland
Schwyz
Science
Scilly Islands
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Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Elder
Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Younger
Scone
Scopas
Scoresby, William
Scory, John
Scot, Reginald
Scotland
Scots, The
Scott, David
Scott, Sir George Gilbert
Scott, Michael
Scott, Thomas
Scott, Sir Walter
Scott, William Bell
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