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Kelmscott Press edition of William Morris’s epic poem, “The story of Sigurd the Volsung and the fall of the Niblungs.” The text was published first in 1876

Kelmscott Press edition of William Morris’s epic poem, “The story of Sigurd the Volsung and the fall of the Niblungs.” The text was published first in 1876

Woden: Allfather of the English: The Libellus de primo Saxonum uel Normannorum adventu—located in a 12th-century manuscript (London, British Library Cotton Caligula A. viii) and often attributed to Symeon of Durham—contains an illustration of Woden, crowned as ancestral king of the Anglo-Saxons. The text surrounding the illustration describes the royal lineages of the kingdoms of Kent, Mercia, Deira, Bernicia & Wessex respectively, each claiming descent & right to rule from this legendary…

KEEP WODEN IN WEDNESDAY Image: Woden as a crowned English ancestral figure surrounded by his royal descendants accompanies the Historia.

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The Amazing VikingsThey earned their brutal reputation–but the Norse were also craftsmen, explorers and believers in democracy By Michael D. Lemonick and Andrea Dorfman at Time Magazine Ravagers,.

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