This category is for Norse mythology, the myths of the Scandinavians (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Iceland). The main source for Norse mythology is the Icelandic Edda. Included in this category is Teutonic mythology, which is related, but not identical, to Norse mythology. The first to study Teutonic mythology systematically were the Grimm brothers. The term Germanic mythology may refer to either Norse or Teutonic mythology, or both.
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A-Z of Norse Mythology
A light hearted look at Norse mythology. Fully cross-referenced gods, giants, heroes and legends from Scandinavia.
Student project by Bridget Herrera, covering cosmography and the pantheon.
In the Days of Giants: A Book of Norse Tales
By Abbie Farwell Brown (1902), e-text from the Baldwin Project.
The Journal of Germanic Mythology and Folklore
A web-published academic journal concerning all aspects of Germanic mythology and folklore, from ancient to modern.
List of names from Norse mythology, from Infoplease.com.
Icelandic medieval literature online from Cornell Library.
Scandinavian Mythology and Folklore
List of names in Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore, compiled by Scott Trimble.
Timeless Myths: Norse Mythology
Explore the myths of Norse gods and heroes in ancient and medieval literature.
Introduction to the pre-Christian religious beliefs of the Scandinavian people.
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