The mythology of the Norse peoples is a rich and varied one, but little is found in the archaeological record to tell us much for certain. Some things we speculate about, others we get from primary sources. But what are these sources?
In this episode of the podcast, Noah Tetzner from the "History of Vikings" podcast gives a basic introduction to the area of Norse mythology, discussing the mythic landscape and beliefs from the Scandinavian regions.
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Episode 44 - GRIND THE CORN
In this episode of the podcast, British folklorist Jeremy Harte examines the role of the traditional Miller in folklore. Recorded live at the Folklore Society Conference at the Museum of English Rural Life in April 2018 and with additional poetry and song to illustrate the themes of the talk.
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