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Review: Teutonic Mythology Vol. 1User 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
Review: Teutonic Mythology (4 Vol. Set)User Review - Andrew Hennessey - Goodreads
this work written in 1887AD would bring the world of exopolitics - the farce - to a total halt .. in fact it should ... its one of the inconvenient pins that would burst their horrid little fantasy ... Read full review
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ancient antiquity appears beast Berhta bird called Celts cent christian church conf connexion deities Deut devil Diut divine Donar Edda elves evil F. A. Paley Fcap Fornald frau Freyja furious host German giant goddess gods gold Goth Graff Greek hand healing heathen Hellequin herb heroes Holda horse hunt king kobolds Latin legend Loki magic maiden Marbod meaning Mone's Anz mountain myth mythology Nerthus Nethl night nobiskrug norns Norse notion OSinn Perkunos Pliny poem poetry poets quae quam quod Reinh rides Roman round runes Saem saga says Schm seems Servian shew Slav song sorceress sorcery spell spirits stands STANFORD STANFORD UNIVERSITY stone story Superst superstition Suppl Swabia Swed Teutonic thee thing thou tiuvel treasure tree troum turn volva wild hunt wild hunter witches Wodan wolf woman women wood word Wuotan
Page li - Ceterum nec cohibere parietibus deos, neque in ullam humani oris speciem assimulare, ex magnitudine coelestium arbitrantur : lucos ac nemora consecrant, deorumque nominibus appellant secretum illud, quod sola reverentia vident.
Page 1168 - ... afflicted with cruel anguish, and threatened with the loss of the use of the limb. Against this accident, to which they were continually liable, our provident forefathers always kept a shrew-ash at hand, which, when once medicated, would maintain its virtue for ever. A shrew-ash was made thus: — Into the body of the tree a deep hole was bored with an auger, and a poor devoted shrew-mouse was thrust in alive, and plugged in, no doubt, with several quaint incantations long since forgotten.
Page 1234 - vincula necto.' ducite ab urbe domum, mea carmina, ducite Daphnim. 80 limus ut hie durescit, et haec ut cera liquescit uno eodemque igni, sic nostro Daphnis amore.
Page 1292 - BELL'S READING-BOOKS. FOR SCHOOLS AND PAROCHIAL LIBRARIES. The popularity which the ' Books for Young Readers ' have attained is a sufficient proof, that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place of the dry combination of letters and syllables, making no impression on the mind, of which elementary readingbooks generally consist. The Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application of this principle to books adapted for...
Page 1112 - Virgam frugiferae arbori decisam in surculos amputant, eosque notis quibusdam discretes super candidam vestem temere ac fortuito spargunt. Mox, si publice consuletur, sacerdos civitatis, sin privatim, ipse pater familiae precatus deos coelumque suspiciens ter singulos tollit, sublatos secundum impressam ante notam interpretatur.
Page 1288 - Sold separately. Commentary on the Epistles for the Sundays and other Holy Days of the Christian Year. By Rev.
Page 1286 - Pearson, MA 2nd Edition revised and enlarged. 8vo. Vol. I. 16s. Vol. II. 14s. Historical Maps of England. By CH Pearson. Folio. 2nd Edition revised. 31s. 6d. History of England, 1800-15. By Harriet Martineau, with new and copious Index. 1 vol. 3s. 6d. History of the Thirty Years
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