Lucretia Vigo was a great-granddaughter of Fringilla Vigo and also sorceress active in the 13th century.[1] She is mentioned in Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi by Effenberg and Talbot as having been accused of using mandrake for criminal purposes during the witch hunts.[2]

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  1. Andrzej Sapkowski's alphabet
  2. Baptism of Fire