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Certainly at least some of my readers must be interested in ancient Germanic mythology. And why not, it is quite interesting after all! Here are a couple of links to get you learning about Elves in England and dwarves in Norse mythology. Follow that up … Continue reading
There are, of course, quite a number of universities, colleges, institutions, clubs, societies, organizations where you can learn the history, language, culture, etc. of the Anglo-Saxons and Norse. Right now, as it turns out, many universities are posting their course … Continue reading
Sound the trumpets!!!! Probably I have been entirely out of the loop and everybody else knows of this already, but regardless I have found what may quite possibly be one of the greatest online tools for students of Old English … Continue reading
Two pieces of news this week. The first is that the proposals made in the Welsh National Assembly referendum were approved in a vote held on Thursday, 3 March 2011. Since devolution back in 1997, the Welsh National Assembly has been allowed to … Continue reading
What better way to pass your time than by enjoying traditional Welsh music? Start your musical trek by heading over to the trac cymru YouTube channel to listen to some songs, then give the trac-cymru official page a gander. After that, you might want to … Continue reading