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Associates of the Witches of Belvoir

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Associates of the Witches of Belvoir

Associates of the Witches of Belvoir. Anne Baker, Joanne Willimott and Ellen Greene, Leicestershire women with their pets and familiars. Margaret and Philippa Flower, the so-called Witches of Belvoir, were convicted of witchcraft and burnt at Lincoln in 1619. (Colorised black and white print)

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Anne Baker Cats Colorised Colourised Crutch Ellen Feline Felines Greene Joanne Margaret Witch Witchcraft Familiar Philippa


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This colorised print showcases the Associates of the Witches of Belvoir, a group of remarkable Leicestershire women from 17th century England. Anne Baker, Joanne Willimott, and Ellen Greene are depicted with their beloved pets and familiars in this enchanting scene. The infamous Margaret and Philippa Flower, known as the Witches of Belvoir, were tragically convicted of witchcraft and subsequently burned at Lincoln in 1619. The image transports us to a picturesque countryside location where these extraordinary women proudly pose alongside their animal companions. A sense of mystery surrounds them as they don elegant dresses that reflect the fashion trends of the era. Amongst them are cats perched gracefully on shoulders or nestled contentedly in laps, symbolizing their connection to ancient beliefs about feline familiars. An owl majestically sits atop one woman's crutch while birds flutter nearby, adding an ethereal touch to this mesmerizing tableau. Each detail has been meticulously colorised to breathe new life into this historical photograph. As we gaze upon this evocative print, we are reminded not only of the persecution faced by those accused of witchcraft but also of the enduring bond between humans and animals throughout history. It serves as a poignant reminder that even amidst darkness and prejudice, love for our furry friends can bring solace and strength.

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