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The famous medieval Anglo-Saxon epic from the 7th century A.D, based on old traditions, legends and myths of the North.
by Leonard W. King, M.A., Litt.D., F.S.A.
A fascinating comparative study of the myths, legends and traditions of ancient Babylonians, Egyptians and Hebrews.
by Marie L. Mclaughlin
Old traditions and original stories of the Sioux Indians, straight from the source, by an author who lived with them and is part Sioux herself.
Collected and retold byby Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Bonnin)
Old American Indian Myths
The world's greatest collection of fairy-tales, stories and legends from Arabia, Persia, India, and all over the East, in the most famous translation by Sir Richard Burton.
Translated by Sebastian Evans.
Medieval legends and adventures centered around King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table in their mystical quest for the Holy Graal (or Grail). One of the oldest and most authentic book of its kind, written by an unknown author in the early half of the 13th century, but based on much older traditions.
translated by Daniel B. Shumway
The adventures of Siegfried and Kriemhild in the most famous Germanic epic that has inspired Wagner and many others. A real classic work based on the ancient mythology and folklore of the Teutonic people...
Myths and Legends of the Vikings and the people of the North. The famous ancient epic (saga) that has inspired Richard Wagner.
by George Borrow
The English writer and traveler led a nomadic life in England and on the Continent, where he was a translator and agent for the British and Foreign Bible Society. His friendship with the Gypsies, whose language he learned, resulted in "The Zincali, the Gypsies of Spain" (1841).
by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
A fascinating research into the magic islands and the ocean dreamlands that have haunted man for many a century.
by Sabine Baring-Gould
An analytical study of lycanthropy, which comprises not only an analysis of the very phenomenon’s mythological origins and various pertinent mediaeval stories, but also a modern-day based explanation of a fascinating quasi-imaginative, quasi-realistic myth.
By William B. Yeats
This well-loved book is a series of essays by Nobel Prize Winner, W.B. Yeats –a key figure in the Celtic literary revival at the turn of the 20th Century– on Irish folklore, and supernatural beings.