Witches and Witchtrials in Scandinavian Countries


Compiled by Marc Carlson
It was last edited 9 June 2004

Please note, this listing is not intended to be exhaustive, but is an ongoing compilation, as this evidence comes out.

Denmark

Date Place # Name Sex Notes and sources:
1544 Denmark ?2 ??? ? Executed in Malmo, Koge, and Jutland

Greenland

Date Place # Name Sex Notes and sources:
1407 Greenland, 1 Kollgrim m Burned at the stake in the Eastern Settlement for seducing another man's wife through the Black Arts. (Steinunn, wife of Thorgrim Solvason, both Icelanders from Thorstein Olafsson's ship)  (Source: Icelandic Annals)

Historical Witches and Witchtrials in Scandinavian Countries. 

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