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Medieval Iceland

Author : Jesse L. Byock
ISBN : 0520069544
Genre : History
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Study of the society and history of Iceland during the Free State period of ca. 930-1260 A.D., using the Sagas as main source of data.

Untersuchungen Ueber Die Sogenannte V Lsunga Saga

Author : Barend Symons
ISBN : BSB:BSB11336820
Genre : Völsunga saga
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Bd Die Sage Von Den W Lsungen Und Niflungen In Der Edda Und W Lsungasaga 2 Bd Die Sagen Von Den W Lsungen Und Niflungen Den Wilcinen Und K Nig Thidrek Von Bern In Der Thidrekssaga

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ISBN : IOWA:31858004751222
Genre : Heldensage
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Die Sage Von Den W Lsungen Und Niflungen In Der Edda Und W Lsungsaga

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Die Deutsche Heldensage Und Ihre Heimat

Author : August Raszmann
ISBN : BSB:BSB10116737
Genre : Heldensage
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Author : John Lindow
ISBN : 9781780233307
Genre : History
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Trolls lurk under bridges waiting to eat children, threaten hobbits in Middle-Earth, and invade the dungeons of Hogwarts. Often they are depicted as stupid, slow, and ugly creatures, but they also appear as comforting characters in some children’s stories or as plastic dolls with bright, fuzzy hair. Today, the name of this fantastic being from Scandinavia has found a wider reach: it is the word for the homeless in California and slang for the antagonizing and sometimes cruel people on the Internet. But how did trolls go from folktales to the World Wide Web? To explain why trolls still hold our interest, John Lindow goes back to their first appearances in Scandinavian folklore, where they were beings in nature living beside a preindustrial society of small-scale farming and fishing. He explores reports of actual encounters with trolls—meetings others found plausible in spite of their better judgment—and follows trolls’ natural transition from folktales to other domains in popular culture. Trolls, Lindow argues, would not continue to appeal to our imaginations today if they had not made the jump to illustrations in Nordic books and Scandinavian literature and drama. From the Moomins to Brothers Grimm and Three Billy Goats Gruff to cartoons, fantasy novels, and social media, Lindow considers the panoply of trolls that surround us and their sometimes troubling connotations in the contemporary world. Taking readers into Norwegian music and film and even Yahoo Finance chat rooms, Trolls is a fun and fascinating book about these strange creatures.

Saga 8

Author : Brian K. Vaughan
ISBN : 9783959815949
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Endlich ist die immer größer werdende Familie wiedervereint! Der Krieg um Phang hat schwere Opfer gefordert. So müssen Alana und Marko lernen, damit zu leben, dass ihr zweites Kind noch vor der Geburt sein Leben verlor. Der kleinen Gruppe aus Überlebenden bleibt also nichts weiter, als sich wieder auf die Reise zu machen, um ein neues Ziel zu finden. Sie reisen bis ans westliche Ende des Universums, in der Hoffnung, neu anfangen zu können.

A History Of The Inquisition Of The Middle Ages Complete

Author : Henry Charles Lea
ISBN : 9781465527240
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THE history of the Inquisition naturally divides itself into two portions, each of which may be considered as a whole. The Reformation is the boundary-line between them, except in Spain, where the New Inquisition was founded by Ferdinand and Isabella. In the present work I have sought to present an impartial account of the institution as it existed during the earlier period. For the second portion I have made large collections of material, through which I hope in due time to continue the history to its end. The Inquisition was not an organization arbitrarily devised and imposed upon the judicial system of Christendom by the ambition or fanaticism of the Church. It was rather a natural—one may almost say an inevitable—evolution of the forces at work in the thirteenth century, and no one can rightly appreciate the process of its development and the results of its activity without a somewhat minute consideration of the factors controlling the minds and souls of men during the ages which laid the foundation of modern civilization. To accomplish this it has been necessary to pass in review nearly all the spiritual and intellectual movements of the Middle Ages, and to glance at the condition of society in certain of its phases. At the commencement of my historical studies I speedily became convinced that the surest basis of investigation for a given period lay in an examination of its jurisprudence, which presents without disguise its aspirations and the means regarded as best adapted for their realization. I have accordingly devoted much space to the origin and development of the inquisitorial process, feeling convinced that in this manner only can we understand the operations of the Holy Office and the influence which it exercised on successive generations. By the application of the results thus obtained it has seemed to me that many points which have been misunderstood or imperfectly appreciated can be elucidated. If in this I have occasionally been led to conclusions differing from those currently accepted, I beg the reader to believe that the views presented have not been hastily formed, but that they are the outcome of a conscientious survey of all the original sources accessible to me. No serious historical work is worth the writing or the reading unless it conveys a moral, but to be useful the moral must develop itself in the mind of the reader without being obtruded upon him. Especially is this the case in a history treating of a subject which has called forth the fiercest passions of man, arousing alternately his highest and his basest impulses. I have not paused to moralize, but I have missed my aim if the events narrated are not so presented as to teach their appropriate lesson.

Elbenthal Saga Die H Terin Midgards

Author : Ivo Pala
ISBN : 9783733600006
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Magisch, düster, fesselnd: Der Auftakt zu einer atemberaubenden Fantasy-Saga. In der Nacht vor ihrem 17. Geburtstag gerät Svenyas Welt aus den Fugen. Sie wird von einem Wolf durch Dresden gejagt und schließlich von drei unheimlichen, seltsam anmutenden Gestalten in den Untergrund entführt. Was Svenya dort entdeckt, sprengt jede Vorstellungskraft: Mitten in Dresden, unter dem Fundament des Residenzschlosses, liegt die letzte Bastion der Lichtelben und das Tor zur Menschenwelt – Burg Elbenthal. Ihre Bewohner leben in tödlicher Bedrohung, denn der Schwarze Prinz der Dunkelelben rückt unaufhaltsam näher. Svenya ist die letzte Hoffnung – denn sie ist die Auserwählte, die Hüterin Midgards ...

The History Of England The History Of The Anglo Saxons From The Earliest Period To The Norman Conquest In Three Volumes 3d Ed 1820

Author : Sharon Turner
ISBN : UCAL:B4009342
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