EXHIBITION: Witch-hunting in the Pays de Vaud

Witches causing a storm by boiling a rooster and a snake. Ulrich Molitor, De lamiis and phitonicis mulieribus, Cologne 1489

Chillon Castle, Montreux, on now till June 24, 2012

This content was published on August 18, 2011 - 09:41

Chillon Castle was an important detention centre for people suspected of witchcraft. The temporary exhibition explores the history of witch-hunting in the Pays de Vaud between the 15th and 17th centuries, when more than 2'000 death sentences were issued.

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