10 Nov Find History of Magic by Bathilda Bagshot at Blurb Books. An attempt at recreating “A History of Magic” from the Harry Potter series. Early Magical Communities: Ancient Greece And Rome Major Religions And Magic: Greek Rationalism British Magical History: Merlin And King Arthur. Read CHAPTER ONE- WHY STUDY HISTORY? from the story A History of Magic by Bathilda Bagshot by Amani-the-Wise with reads. harrypotter, magic.

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The contents of the book covered various people hisfory events such as: Log in Sign Up. Open Preview See a Problem? She has always been fascinated by the mysteries and curiosities of the wizarding world. Theories have been proposed over the years, but none have a history of magic by bathilda bagshot proved the period when the first wizard emerged.

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A History of Magic

Histpry wizards have studied their Aboriginal ancestors and their acquisition of what looks suspiciously like a wizard’s wand. Most celebrated of these half-magical dwelling places is, perhaps, Godric’s Hollowthe West Country village where the great wizard Godric Gryffindor was born, and where Bowman WrightWizarding smith, forged the first Golden Snitch.

Ina Chinese explorer named Ho Mao Tseng followed these tracks before stopping in the middle of a deserted matic in the shadow of the Swiss Alps. They were exiled back to India where they are currently residing.


Magic is the unspoken reason for everything, as any schooling witch and wizard would know. Contents [ show ].

The story itself was okay, with some fun parts, but many meh sections. Although human jistory is still very important, magic has played its part in shaping human society.

While the Muggle men focused more on food acquisition and mating, Uno Mas was busy creating many bagwhot. It appeared to have been bewitched with an Anti-Thievery spell, so that only the owner could touch it. To ask other readers questions about A History of Magicplease sign up. Some content in this article is derived a history of magic by bathilda bagshot information featured in Harry Potter and the Cursed Childand, as such, spoilers will be present.

Taryn Hill marked it as to-read Mar 18, Bodies were never found, but it is believed that these ancient wizards abandoned the tunnel and decided to go their separate ways and thus created the societies that exist today.

Some believe he developed the first wheel, but no solid proof has been found to back up this claim. Muhd Qayyum marked it as to-read Jun 01, He slouched and walked dragging his abnormally long limbs on the ground.

Want to Read saving…. Magical historians believe that magic has its roots long before the documentation of human existence. It was believed that the caves dated back to the time of the Great Lizards, a time when a history of magic by bathilda bagshot first emerged on earth.

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Jaime marked it as to-read May 18, Magic always leaves traces, and the caves were full of magical presence. Migratory a history of magic by bathilda bagshot As seen in animal behaviour, migration is a normal survival method.


Displays in the Australian museum of magic show rock paintings of people in loincloths brandishing one regular arm and one long, oddly-shaped arm. It covered the history of the wizarding world up to the end of the 19th century. After their trip to Godric’s HollowHermione read A History of Magic at night while Harry struggled with the loss of his wand and learning about Albus Dumbledore ‘s friendship with Gellert Grindelwald.

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