Codex: References (2017)

(Draft state, still haven’t put publication years on every fictitious source.)

References

Ankarloo, L. (xxxx).  Of Gods and Men.  Delhi.

Asbridge, T. (xxxx).  “On Ravagers.”  Hong Kong.

Asbridge.II.e. (n.d.)  The First Age of Ravagers.  n.c.

Ashe, T. (xxxx).  “On the Nature of Entropy.”  Denver, CO.

Aurelius, M. (xxxx).  The Practice of Witchcraft.  Rome.

Bayfield, R. (xxxx).  Witches: A History.  London.

Beal, J. (xxxx).  “Sylvan Soirees: A Societal Study of Fae Culture.”  Oxford.

Beal, J. & Mosseley, T. (xxxx).  “Psychology and the Non-Human Mind, Pt. 1: Fae.”  Dublin.

Berk, J. (xxxx).  A Practical Guide to the Ravagers.  Athens.

Beroul. (xxxx).  Theurgists.  London.

Black, R. (xxxx).  Magic Next Door: The Social and Cultural Aspect of Witches.  London.

Briggs, R. (xxxx).  Cosmology and Power: A Survey of Theurgist Philosophy.  Berlin.

Bynum, C. (xxxx).  Metamorphosis and Magic.  Atlanta.

Clareson, T.  (xxxx).  “On the Origins of Ravagers.”  Lodi, OH.

Dee, J. (xxxx).  “On Witches and Witchcraft.”  London.

DeVille, J. (xxxx).  “The Social Biology of Svartalfar.”  London.

Donne, J. (xxxx).  “The Ravagers, A Treatise.”  Cambridge, UK.

Dryer, B. (xxxx).  Society within Society: A Study of Guardian Social Behavior.  Johannesburg.

Eclesius. (n.d.).  The Ravagers.  n.c.

Farnan, K. (xxxx).  “Society and Politics Among the Guardians.”  Paris.

Ginzberg, C. (xxxx).  “On Divinity.”  Venice.

Hall, D. & Pollington, S. (xxxx).  Social Structures of the Ravagers.  Berlin.

Henning, O. (xxxx).  Order of Randomness: An Understanding of Theurgy.  Warsaw.

Henningson, E. (xxxx).  Hidden Neighbors: A History of Non-Humans.  Riga.

Howarth, J. (xxxx).  Creators of Order: Theurgy’s Relation with the Divine.  Edinburgh.

Howard, J. (xxxx).  “Family Links Among Ravagers.”  Miami.

Huff, T. (xxxx).  Hooves and Trees: Social-Biology of Nymphs and Satyrs.  Toronto.

Isaak, C. (xxxx).  Ravagers: A History.  Lagos.

Ker, D. (xxxx).  “On the Nature of Godhead.”  London.

Korvin, C. (xxxx).  Witchcraft: A Political and Technical Study.  New York.

Korvin, C. & Black, R. (xxxx).  “An Historical Study of Magic in the Shadow War.”  New York.

Kramer, J. (xxxx).  The Book of Witches.  Rheinfelden, Austria.

Langland, P. (xxxx).  “Artists of Light and Sound: Fae Nobility and Illusion.”  Cambridge, UK.

Lee, T. & Wharton, E. (xxxx).  “Changer Secrets: Seal-men on the Coasts.”  Dover, UK.

Lewis, C. (xxxx).  Earth Wards: A Biological Study of Nymphs.  Oxford.

Manchester, E. (xxxx).  Religion and Its Mages.  Boston.

Mancoff, B. & Baring, S. (xxxx).  “Not Alone: A Brief Survey of Non-Humans.”  Cambridge, UK.

Massey, J. (xxxx).  The Body of the Wolf: Changer Society and Politics.  New York.

McLeod, D. (xxxx).  “Shedding Skin: Selkies, Fact of Fiction?”  Edinburgh.

Michaels, D. (xxxx).  A Guide to Witches.  Boston.

Moritz, E. (xxxx).  Dwarves in Global Culture.  Aarhus.

Mosseley, T. (xxxx).  “Smoke and Mirrors: Fae Glamour.”  Dublin.

Njal.VII.a3. (1345). “Sorcery.”  Bristol.

Ovid. (1955).  Metamorphoses.  Trans. Rolfe Humphries.  Bloomington, IN.

Pinol, L. & Ficano, S. (xxxx).  War of the Gods.  Rome.

Ptahotep. (n.d.).  Book of the Destroyers. n.c.

Raffel, B. (xxxx).  Blood Ties: An Ethnographic Study of Ravager Society.  Rome.

Sawyer, T. (xxxx).  “A Treatise on the Legends of the Ravagers.”  Dallas, TX.

—. (xxxx).  “Aspects of the Witch.”  Dallas, TX.

Shao, C. & Chen, H. (xxxx).  “A Plethora of Witches: Roles in Society.”  Hong Kong.

Smith, C. & Henning, O. (xxxx).  Alternative Magics, Vol. 1: Theurgy.  Warsaw.

Smith, D. (xxxx).  “A Treatise of Divine Magic.”  New York.

Spinnett, T. (xxxx).  “Applying New Documents to Ravager History.”  Oxford, UK.

Stevens, A. (xxxx).  Wings of Fire: Dragons in Society and Biology.  Boston.

Summers, M. (xxxx).  The Changer in Legend and History.  Boston.

Tamisen. (xxxx). “Seeking Selkies: Investigating Myth and Legend.”  Rochester, NY.

Thomas, O. (xxxx).  A Bevy of Witches: Ten Years Living with a Coven.  London.

Thompson, E. & Donne, J. (xxxx).  When Two Planes Collide: Links Between Ravagers and Earth.  Cambridge, UK.

Thorndyke, I. (xxxx).  The Growth of Dragons.  London.

Tierny, B. (xxxx).  “Blood and Magic: A Study of Ravager Senses and Biology.”  Manila.

Tyerman, T. (xxxx).  The Book of Beings.  York, UK.

Webster, J. (xxxx).  “Witches and Society.”  London.

Wilcox, J. & Ashe, T. (xxxx).  “Born to Rune: Writing and Divine Power.”  Paris.

3 comments on “Codex: References (2017)

  1. Calmgrove says:

    Oh, this is what I particularly like, faux refs, convincingly contrived! In fact, I may have one or two of these studies on my shelves already …

    😀

    Liked by 1 person

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