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Sammelwerk  Old Norse Mythology: Comparative Perspectives
Hermann, PernilleMitchell, Stephen ArthurSchjødt, Jens PeterRose, Amber J. [Hrsg.]. - Cambridge, Mass. (2018)


In Reihe: Publications of the Milman Parry Collection of Oral Literature / 3
Deskriptoren: Skandinavistik
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Pre-Christian religions of the north and the need for comparativism: reflections on why, how, and with what we can compare
Schjødt, Jens Peter. • S. 3-28

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Methodological challenges to the study of Old Norse myths: the orality and literacy debate reframed
Hermann, Pernille. • S. 29-52

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Framing the hero: medium and metalepsis in Old Norse heroic narrative
Heslop, Kate. • S. 53-88

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The Æsir and their idols
Wellendorf, Jonas. • S. 89-111

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Blótgyðjur, Goðar, Mimi, incest, and wagons: oral memories of the religion(s) of the Vanir
Gunnell, Terry. • S. 113-138

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Volund was here: a myth archaeologically anchored in Viking Age Scania
Zachrisson, Torun. • S. 139-162

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The temple, the tree, and the well: a topos or cosmic symbolism at cultic sites in pre-Christian northern Europe?
Sundqvist, Olof. • S. 163-190

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The mythic sun: an areal perspective
DuBois, Thomas Andrew. • S. 191-222

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Comparing Balto-Finnic and Nordic mythologies
Lindow, John. • S. 223-242

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Snorri and the Jews
Cole, Richard. • S. 243-268

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Creation from fire in Snorri's Edda: the tenets of a vernacular theory of geothermal activity in Old Norse myth
Nordvig, Mathias. • S. 269-288

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Óðinn, charms, and necromancy: Hávamál 157 in its Nordic and European contexts
Mitchell, Stephen Arthur. • S. 289-322

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Vermin gone bad in medieval Scandinavian, Persian, and Irish traditions
Falaky Nagy, Joseph. • S. 323-340

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Baldr and Iraj: murdered and avenged
Lyle, Emily B.. • S. 341-362

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Ymir in India, China - and beyond
Witzel, Michael. • S. 363-380