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  1. Note
  2. Diana as Giving Beauty and Restoring Strength
  3. Diana, Queen of the Serpents, Giver of the Gift of Languages
  4. The Children of Diana, or How the Fairies Were Born
  5. Appendix: Comments on the Foregoing Texts
  6. Chapter XV: Laverna
  7. Chapter XIV: The Goblin Messengers of Diana and Mercury
  8. Chapter XIII: Diana and the Children
  9. Chapter XII: Tana, The Moon-Goddess
  10. Chapter XI: The House of the Wind
  11. Chapter X: Madonna Diana
  12. Chapter IX: Tana and Endamone, or Diana and Endymion
  13. Chapter VIII: To Have a Good Vintage and Very Good Wine by the Aid of Diana
  14. Chapter VII: To Find or Buy Anything, or to Have Good Fortune Thereby
  15. Chapter VI: A Spell To Win Love
  16. Chapter V: The Conjuration of the Lemon and Pins
  17. Chapter IV: The Charm of the Stones Consecrated to Diana
  18. Chapter III: How Diana Made the Stars and the Rain
  19. Chapter II: The Sabbat: Treguenda or Witch-Meeting--How to Consecrate the Supper
  20. Chapter I: How Diana Gave Birth to Aradia (Herodias)
  21. Contents
  22. Preface
  23. Title Page