Teutonic Mythology, Volume 3

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Dover Publications, Jun 23, 2004 - Fiction - 432 pages
This series is an exhaustive compendium of German and Norse mythology and a milestone in the study of comparative mythology and religion. Indispensable for students and scholars of folklore, cultural history, and literature. Volume III of the four-volume set includes: Poetry, Spectres, Devil, Magic, Superstition, Herbs and Stones, Spells and Charms.

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The ultimate in research for Germanic religion. There are many places where it is somewhat difficult going but if one works there way through it is a gold mine of information. Nothing like it, in the amount of area and indepthness, exists anywhere today. Read full review

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The ultimate in research for Germanic religion. There are many places where it is somewhat difficult going but if one works there way through it is a gold mine of information. Nothing like it, in the amount of area and indepthness, exists anywhere today. Read full review

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CHAPTER lAGEB
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Spectres 913950
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Translation 951983
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After studying at Marburg, Jacob became a clerk in the War Office at Kassel, and in 1808 librarian to Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia. In 1841 he received Professorship at Berlin, and in 1854 began work on Deutsches Worterbuch with his brother.

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