Idstein, Germany — Marble plaque listing the names of the victims of the witch hunts conducted by John, Count of Nassau-Idstein between February 3, 1676 and March 31, 1677. A total of 31 women and 8 men were executed for witchcraft.

The plaque is displayed at the foot of Idstein’s Hexenturm (“Witches’ Tower”), the keep of the town’s castle and Idstein’s oldest building. No accused witches were ever imprisoned in the Hexenturm.

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