Revisiting the Semnonenhain: a Norse anthropogonic myth and the Germania

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Bintley, M. 2011. Revisiting the Semnonenhain: a Norse anthropogonic myth and the Germania. Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies. 13 (2), pp. 146-162.
AuthorsBintley, M.
Year2011
JournalPomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies
Journal citation13 (2), pp. 146-162
ISSN1528-0268
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