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Vol. 2

Vol. 2

Vol.

  • Page 2 and 3: IRRAR.Y OF THE. UN IVERSITY OF ILLI
  • Page 5: Qorroetia anb Romance of Jlortfjern
  • Page 8: COPYRIGHT T. H. SMART, 1905.
  • Page 12 and 13: VALKYRIES BRINGING THE BODY OF A SL
  • Page 15 and 16: '3 TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY. TABLE OF CON
  • Page 17: LIST OF PHOTOGRAVURES. VOL. II. Fro
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  • Page 22 and 23: TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Fjolsvinn answer
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  • Page 36 and 37: TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Trygveson's saga
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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 42. Just creator

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    happy life. 388 TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY virtue and piety

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY had been the low

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY domain before. V

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY evidence, of how

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY if Asgard-Troy i

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY logy descended t

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    The root over heaven and over Urd's

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Nifelhel (Nifelh

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY methods of thoug

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Christianity, th

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY lie on Hel's thr

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY to Gylfaginning,

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY for a better fat

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY dolf gives us a

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY and combined the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY under which the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Saxon gealm, a r

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY demons, and of t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Ivalde-sons whic

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY "subduing staff,

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY is described in

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY which they who h

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY begat Bergelmer

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY gelmer and Rimgr

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY never leave her

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 61. WORD HElv IN

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY fourth line (iot

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    mony TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY as it is of

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY appellations in

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY designated as Gj

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY of Loke's daught

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY is manifest from

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY who on the battl

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY him vas Vyrd ung

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    ' ' .Vurth is at h other expre: (de

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Most intimately

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Another division

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 65. ON THE COSMO

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY strand. The thir

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY ture, denotes la

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the air, and tha

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY blue ether. He d

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Anglo-Saxons and

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Doubtless it was

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY let marka sik ge

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Ok til things th

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Vandradaskald. *

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the Christian po

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY shades of those

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY reconciliation b

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY a valkyrie, and

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY ease, must desce

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY who also is skil

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY tinguished this

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY without leaving

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY records which sp

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY When ordstirr ha

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    strophe speaks of both the categori

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY bial prefix nd-.

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY to the Thing nea

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY The Norse tradit

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY which was secure

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY persons doomed t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY for the temples,

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY his travelling c

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the world below

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY dity. From the s

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY evident from the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY inexorably firm

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY his broken stren

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY unhappiness must

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Egil is convince

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY their arrival at

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    ' , TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY i the above-

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY lers come from o

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY The Nastrands an

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 77. THE PLACES O

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY this poem. The d

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY with scoops dire

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Nastrands, to se

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY rows of iron sea

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY strophes, which

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY. 78. THE PEACES

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    ; found ' > < PLACES OF PUNISHMENT.

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY and very correct

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Saxo also says t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY In the Norse hea

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY statements have

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY who is to come a

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY in the preceding

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY The larger one i

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY they had begun t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY cover the solid

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY what it actually

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    the mill to be ground. TEUTONIC MYT

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY tha meincraco fi

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY and stopped the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY purposes than th

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY by a handle or s

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY he says that Eyl

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 82. THE WORLD-MI

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY where that peopl

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY figurative expre

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Point by point t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY airy are unknown

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY And, so far as t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY islands closer,"

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY became wedded to

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY by self-sacrific

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY and Vile, then t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the Asas on the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY solentia of Loth

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY winter. The foll

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Simply the circu

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY whom he with the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY to mythic person

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    above : it it almost acqi norn. Thi

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    ' TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY posed to have

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY belong to one of

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY tha kna vala vig

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY from combat with

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY ing the gods, fr

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY influence of soc

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    Mimer in the Teutonic. TEUTONIC MYT

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY (str. 14). Not v

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY They are travers

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY one of Nidad's s

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY here appears in

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Mimer's activity

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    (4) Modsognir, TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY "

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY H. ; cp. Skaldsk

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY fountain, that w

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    (str. 107). el keyptz TEUTONIC MYTH

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the sagas he has

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY ok sal bjartr th

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY logical reasons

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Svithiod vcvr ka

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY may give rise to

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY together in peac

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY In this manner t

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY (/) The one ment

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY sion or reality,

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY else of the peop

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY The identity of

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY name existed, wo

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY against heaven h

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY served in Gylfag

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY Among all the Te

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 91. THE MYTH CON

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY a "Pholes" fount

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY for Hofkerus (se

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the cloud, just

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY to Balder's hors

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY ance to Balder.

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY 93. COSMOGRAPHIC

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY fact that the go

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    and should accordingly also TEUTONI

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY in the same dire

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY the Varnians or

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY quarters, and we

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY west to east the

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    TEUTONIC MYTHOLOGY The movable star

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Benjamin Thorpe - Northern Mythology Vol. 1
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James Baldwin - The Story of Siegfried (1899)
Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 2 - Kindred Irminsul
The Ethical World-Conception of the Norse People (1904)
Cox, George - Aryan Mythology Vol 2.pdf
Thorpe, Benjamin - Northern Mythology Vol 2.pdf
Teutonic Mythology Vol 3 - J Grimm - Temple of Our Heathen Gods
Charles Harold Herford - Norse Myth in English Poetry
Annie Klingensmith - Stories of Norse Gods and Heroes
Emilie Kip Baker - Stories from Northern Myths
M. W. Macdowall - Asgard and the Gods (1917)
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