London: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1921.
First edition. 303,  pp. Publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering. Fine in Very Good dust jacket with toning to spine, small closed tear along front joint, single tiny archival mend to verso, wear at head. Uncommon in jacket. An influential anthropological history that postulated the "witch-cult hypothesis," that paganism survived as a secret cult despite its repression by Christianity. Item #140938766