Germanic mythology

Germanic mythology

Germanic mythology refers to:
*any myths associated with historical Germanic paganism
*Norse mythology
*Continental Germanic mythology
*Anglo-Saxon mythology
*Germanic folklore (disambiguation)

ee also

*Common Germanic deities


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