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  • The Anglo-Saxon Dooms, 560-975 - Presented by Oliver J. Thatcher in "The Library of Original Sources". This text is part of the Internet Medieval Source Book.
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  • Gambara and the Longbeards - Abstracted from Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, Deutsche Sagen. One of the few ancient stories about Germanic gods to survive outside of Scandinavia.
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  • In the Days of Giants - A Book of Norse Tales, by Abbie Farwell Brown. E-text by the Baldwin Project.
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  • Jörmungrund - Old Icelandic texts, primarily Eddaic and Skaldic poetry, with English translations, concordances, and commentaries.
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  • Norse Stories Retold from the Eddas - By Hamilton Wright Mabie, e-texts by the Baldwin project.
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  • Odin´s Gift - Norse Heathen Poetry Forum - Growing collection of today´s Asatru poetry. Artwork, related classical poems, links to heathen poetry sites, tips for writing and publishing. Submissions welcome.
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  • Old Norse e-texts - A collection of Sophus Bugge´s transcription of Sæmundur Edda in Icelandic.
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  • Sagnanet - Icelandic medieval literature online from Cornell Library.
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  • Teutonic Myth and Legend - by Donald A. Mackenzie. An Introduction to the Eddas and Sagas, Beowulf, The Nibelungenlied and other mythology.
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  • Thematic Entries to Project Runeberg - This page is an attempt to give an organised overview of those works in Project Runeberg's archives that captures, represents, or describes aspects of Nordic traditions.
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  • The Visigothic Code: Forum Iudicum - The Law Code of the Visigoths of Spain. In translation with a helpful preface.
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