Germanic folklore

Germanic folklore

Germanic folklore is recorded folklore of the Germanic speaking peoples. It is often used as a starting point for the reconstruction of a Common Germanic mythology:
*Dutch folklore
*English folklore
*German folklore
*Scandinavian folklore
*Scottish folklore
*Swiss folklore

ee also

*Journal of Germanic Mythology and Folklore
*Paganism in the Alpine region

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