The Northern Way

Grimm's Teutonic Mythology

Transcribed by Aaron Myer

Grimm's Teutonic Mythology Translation Project

Despite the fact that we have presented the English translation of Grimm's Teutonic Mythology here, there remains a great number of quotes in this work that have not been translated. Therefore we have begun a project to translate these quotes. All translations from this project directly follow the text that was translated and are enclosed in double brackets [[quote here]]. If you are interested in helping us with this project click here for more information.

We would like to thank the following people who have contributed their time and skills to help with the Grimm's Translation Project. Their help is very much appreciated.

Hildiwulf - Tranlsations of Old High German, Gothic, Anglo Saxon, Swedish, Old Frisian, Norwegian and Danish translation.

Alfta Lothursdottir - Old Norse translation.

Helios De Rosario Old Spanish translation.

Yves Kodratoff - Old French and French


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You Did It!! Grimm's Teutonic Mythology IS Back In Print!!

Some time ago we urged you to tell Dover Publications you wanted them to republish this important work, and they listened! You proved that together we can accomplish what we set our minds to. Congratulations!

At Dover Publications
Teutonic Mythology Vol. 1
Teutonic Mythology Vol. 2
Teutonic Mythology Vol. 3
Teutonic Mythology Vol. 4
Teutonic Mythology (4 vol. set)

Complete Page Index

> Ch. 1 - Introduction
> Ch. 2 - God
> Ch. 3 - Worship
> Ch. 4 - Temples
> Ch. 5 - Priests
> Ch. 6 - Gods
> Ch. 7 - Wuotan, Wodan (Oðinn)
> Ch. 8 - Donar, Thunar, (Thorr)
> Ch. 9 - Zio, (Tiw, Tyr)
> Ch. 10 - Fro (Freyr)
> Ch. 11 - Palter (Balder)
> Ch. 12 - Other Gods
> Ch. 13 - Goddesses
> Ch. 14 - Condition of Gods
> Ch. 15 - Heroes
> Ch. 16 - Wise Women
> Ch. 17 - Wights and Elves
> Ch. 18 - Giants
> Ch. 19 - Creation
> Ch. 20 - Elements
> Ch. 21 - Trees and Animals
> Ch. 22 - Sky and Stars
> Ch. 23 - Day and Night
> Ch. 24 - Summer and Winter
> Ch. 25 - Time and World
> Ch. 26 - Souls
> Ch. 27 - Death
> Ch. 28 - Destiny and Well-Being
> Ch. 29 - Personifications

> Preface
> Ch.30 - Poetry

> Ch. 31 - Spectres
> Ch. 32 - Translation
> Ch. 33 - Devil
> Ch. 34 - Magic
> Ch. 35 - Superstition
> Ch. 36 - Sickness

> Ch. 37 - Herbs and Stones
> Ch. 38 - Spells and Charms

Supplement

> Preface
> Chapter 1 Supplement
> Chapter 2 Supplement
> Chapter 3 Supplement
> Chapter 4 Supplement
> Chapter 5 Supplement
> Chapter 6 Supplement
> Chapter 7 Supplement
> Chapter 8 Supplement
> Chapter 9 Supplement
> Chapter 10 Supplement
> Chapter 11 Supplement
> Chapter 12 Supplement
> Chapter 13 Supplement
> Chapter 14 Supplement
> Chapter 15 Supplement
> Chapter 16 Supplement

Vol IV Appendix
Anglo-Saxon Genealogies
Superstitions
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B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
K.
L.
M.
N.

Spells

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