Teutonic Mythology, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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George Bell and Sons, 1883 - Germanic peoples - 1887 pages
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User Review  - Kai - Goodreads

As much how I love mythology sometimes I get confuse when there are foreign words whether they are part of the paragraph. Nevertheless it is a good reference for anyone who are in dire need to know more of Norse Mythology. Read full review

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