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She is neither naive nor stupid: she knows her role in the executions but evades responsibility by arguing that she is a necessary tool: "Manche Leute sagen, ich bin schuld, dass die Hexen an die Galgeneiche gehangt worden sind.
59; Gerd Schwerhoff, "Die Erdichtung der weisen Manner: Gegen falsche Ubersetzungen von Hexenglauben und Hexenverfolgungen," in: Hexen und Hexenverfolgungen in deutschen Sudwest, p.
Wagner was assigned to the Sykes department that produces the Computer software games "Doom," "Hexen," "Quake" and "Duke Nukem."
In the days leading up to Walpurgisnacht, shops do a brisk trade in Harzhexen, miniature felt witch puppets that ride straw broomsticks (hexen is the German word for witches).
Since they did Hexen, Heretic and most recently, Soldier Of Fortune, their pedigree is certainly impeccable.
(197.) The woodcut appears in Die Emeis under the heading "Am mitwoch nach Reminiscere/ Von den Unholden oder von den hexen" (xxxvi v).
However, as the above-mentioned headlines from Der Spiegel--or others such as "`Fruher hatte man sie als Hexen verbrannt'" (In the Old Days, They Would Have Been Burned as Witches)--indicate, female insurgency compromises the stability of gendered differences such as victim/perpetrator.
For an extra $99, you can get an additional software bundle, such as Extreme Gaming (Quake II, Hexen II, Heavy Gear and Battlezone.)
Still, most managers are not exactly sending out stormtroopers looking on every desktop for Dilbert or Dogbert or axe-wielding Hexen warriors.
Recent release that support headtracking include EF 2000, Descent II and Hexen. The first PC game designed to be played with a VR headset, Zombie's Locus, is being distributed by GT Interactive.
Lundt (ed.), Vergessene Frauen an der Ruhr: Von Herrscherinnen und Horigen, Hausfrauen und Hexen, 800-1800 (Cologne, 1992), pp.
Examples: Hexen damals--und heute?, Frankfurt/Main, Umschau Verlag, 1987 (add'l edition Ullstein Verlag, Berlin, 1990); Hexenjunge.