The trial of "Hans the Werewolf" is a typical example of the combined werewolf and witch trials, which dominated witch hunts in Estonia. In the 17th century, an 18-year-old named Hans was convicted of both lycanthropy and witchcraft. He admitted to being a werewolf for two years, but denied making a pact with the devil. Hans told a story of being bitten by a man dressed in black who later turned out to be a werewolf.
Artist: Holbein d. J., Hans, Title: »The Dance of Death« 48, The Waggoner, Date: 1524-26
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