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This '''books''' were written by [[Cornelius Agrippa]] sometime in the [[1400s|15th]] and/or [[1500s|16th centuries]]. [[Muggle]]s imprisoned him because they thought that the works were [[Dark Arts|evil]].
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These '''books''' were written by [[Cornelius Agrippa]] sometime in the [[1400s|15th]] and/or [[1500s|16th centuries]]. [[Muggle]]s imprisoned him because they thought that the works were [[Dark Arts|evil]].
   
 
In at least one depiction on his [[Chocolate Frog Cards]], Cornelius was portrayed writing one of his books with a [[quill]].
 
In at least one depiction on his [[Chocolate Frog Cards]], Cornelius was portrayed writing one of his books with a [[quill]].
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
 
*[[Wikipedia:Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa|The real person]] Agrippa is based off of wrote several books, the most famous of which being ''[[Wikipedia:Three Books of Occult Philosophy|De Occulta Philosophia libri III]]''. Agrippa's books generally indicated scepticism at the science of his time in favour of the occult.<ref>{{Wikilink|Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa#Works}}</ref>
 
*[[Wikipedia:Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa|The real person]] Agrippa is based off of wrote several books, the most famous of which being ''[[Wikipedia:Three Books of Occult Philosophy|De Occulta Philosophia libri III]]''. Agrippa's books generally indicated scepticism at the science of his time in favour of the occult.<ref>{{Wikilink|Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa#Works}}</ref>
   
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==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
 
 
{{Reflist}}
 
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[[Category: Books]]
 
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Cornelius Agrippa's books
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Author

Cornelius Agrippa

Released

15th- 16th century

Subject

The occult (possibly)

These books were written by Cornelius Agrippa sometime in the 15th and/or 16th centuries. Muggles imprisoned him because they thought that the works were evil.

In at least one depiction on his Chocolate Frog Cards, Cornelius was portrayed writing one of his books with a quill.

Behind the scenes

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