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The EddasFolklore and Myth
Histories and ChroniclesRetellings and Poetry
Sagas and Epics Religion, Culture and History
Old Icelandic, Old English, etc. Texts Law and Ethics
Misc. Primary SourcesIndo-European and General Medieval Studies
 General Scholarly Texts
Finnish Tradition
Germanic Studies
The Runes

Primary Sources
The Eddas Histories and Chronicles

The Poetic Edda

One of the most Accurate Translations of the Poetic Edda by Benjamin Thorpe.

The Poetic Edda

The Bellows Translation edited by Ari Óðinssen

The Poetic Edda

The Oldest Translation of a major portion of the Poetic Edda by A. S. Cottle.

The Prose Edda

Rasmus Anderson's Translation of portions of the Prose Edda

The Prose Edda

A good translation of the Prose Edda, including Gylfaginning and Skaldskaparmál translated by A. G. Brodeur

The Poetic Edda

English translations of selected lays from the Poetic Edda of the F. G. Bergmann French translation.

Hávamál - Palm OS  >>>

The W. H. Auden and Taylor translation for Palm OS 3.0 or higher courtesy of

Hrafnagaldr Óðins

A new translation and commentary of the contraversial Eddic poem by Yves Kodratoff.

The Life of King Alfred

A history of the Anglo-Saxon king, Alfred the Great

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

A History of Anglo-Saxon England up to the year 1066.

History of the Franks

An abridged translation of Gregory of Tour's History of the Franks translated by Earnest Brehaut.


An epic saga history of the early kings of Norway

The Origins and Deeds of the Goths

Jordane's history of the Gothic tribes.

The Danish History Books I-IX: Saxo Grammaticus

Saxo's history of the Danes.

Tacitus' Germania in English and Latin

The Roman historian Tacitus' account of the early century Germanic tribes.

History of the Lombards

Paul the Deacon's history of the Lombard (Langobard) tribe and nation.

Origo Gentium Langobardum

One of the sources used by Paul the Deacon for his History of the Lombards. In English and Latin.

Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars  >>>

Julias Caesar's commentaries that include some material about Heathen tribes.

Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England

A history with relevant Anglo-Saxon material.

Life of Charlemagne

Two texts on the life of Charlemagne, one by the Monk of St. Gall and one by Einhard.

The Works of Gildas

Gildas Bandonicus, a British [i.e. Celtic] monk, lived in the 6th century. In the 540s - in the most aggressive language - he set out to denounce the wickedness of his times. He ended up being the only substantial source which survives from the time of the Anglo-Saxon conquest of Britain, and the best source before the much more impressive work of the Venerable Bede [who completed his Ecclesiastical History of the English People almost 200 years late in 731].

The Life of St. Eligius

A history of the life of the 7th century saint that contains a good bit of material concerning the conversion practices of Medieval Christianity.


The History of the Gotlanders (Gutasaga) dates to the 13th century, and survives in a manuscript c. 1350, Codex Holm. B 64 (Royal Library at Stockholm) along with the Gotland legal code, the Gutalag. It was written in the Old Gutnish language, the Norse dialect of the island.

Volsunga Saga

The Great Northern Epic.

Viga Glum's Saga

The story of Killer-Glum.

Egil's Saga

One of the greatest of the sagas, about the great Skald and Rune-master, Egil Skallagrimsson.

Grettir's Saga

The adventures of Grettir the Strong.

Eyrbyggja Saga

One of the major law sagas with much material on Heathen Law.

Kormak's Saga

A saga of love unfulfilled.


The great Anglo-Saxon heroic epic of the exploits of Beowulf. The movie "The 13th Warrior" was partially based on this text.

Beowulf on Steorarume >>>

A site with extensive information on the great Anglo-Saxon heroic epic including a new critical online edition of the text by Benjamin Slade, art and much more.

Heitharvega Saga

One of the major sagas.

Laxdaela Saga

One of the greatest sagas that many scholars believe was written by a woman, chronicling the lives of Aud the Deep-minded and her descendants.

Njal's Saga

One of the great sagas about the life of Njal and his kin.

Viking Tales of the North:


The Saga of Thorstein Viking's  Son

The saga chronicling the live of Viking and his son Thorstein

The Saga of Fridthjof the Bold

The saga of Fridthjof the Bold.

Fridthjof's Saga

Tegnér's epic poem based on the Saga of Fridthjof the Bold.

The Saga of Thrond of Gate

Also known as Færeyinga Saga, a saga centered around the Faroes.

The Nibelungenlied

The great German heroic epic, related to the Völsunga Saga.

Nibelungenlied Map   >>>

An excellent clickable map of the major towns which appear in the Nibelungenlied tale, at.

Viking Tales  >>>

A Collection of parts of various sagas translated into English.

The Icelandic Sagas

A secondary source examining the Icelandic Sagas.

Kiyo's Mythos and Poesy Archive >>>

Information on Thidrek's Saga AKA Vilkina Saga and the Heroic cycle of Dietrich. Kiyo's Link Page is especially of interest.

Concordance to the Proverbs and Proverbial Materials in the Old Icelandic Sagas >>>

A collection of wise sayings gathered from the Icelandic Sagas.

Hønsa-Thori's Saga

Hønsa-Thóri’s Saga is one of six Borgarfjord sagas. The others are Egils Saga, Saga of Gisli Illugason, Heidarviga Saga, Bjarnar Saga Hitdoelakappa, and Gunnlaugs Saga Ormstungu.

Peter Tunstall's Site >>>

From the translator of a good number of Old Heithinn Tales of the North. Original saga translations, an English-Gothic dictionary and more.


The Book of the Icelandic Settlements, written by Ari the Learned is a Saga Age text that is a full record of the early colonization of Iceland.

Hildebrandslied Fragment

A fragment that was one of the sources for Thidrek's Saga. In parallel Old German and English.

The Heroic Saga-Cycle of Dietrich of Bern

A secondary source grouped here for convenience. This book deals with the Germanic Heroic cycle of Dietrich, also known as Thidrek.

A Saga Timeline

A timeline of the major sagas.

Harvard Extension School Þattr Translations >>>

A collection of Þattr (short stories) translations which include, The Story of Asa's Gold Thord, The Ballad of Nornagest, The Life and Death of Toki Tokason, Nornagests Rima, The Story of Nornagest, The Story of Gisl Illugason, The Story of Thorstein and the Gift of the Horses, Thorstein from the East Fjords and The Story of Thorstein the Curious.

Stories and Ballads of the Past   >>>

A collection of ballad and saga tranalations that include the Tháttr of Nornagest, the Tháttr of Sörli, the Saga of Hromund Greipsson and the Saga of Hervör and Heithrek.

The Saga of Gisli the Outlaw

The saga of the life and death of the great outlaw poet, Gisli son of Sour.


The Latin poem founded on German popular tradition, which relates the exploits of the west Gothic hero Walter of Aquitaine, written by the monk of St. Gall, Ekkehard. An original translation by Abram Ring.

The Flatey Book (Flatey Book, Hauks Book and Vatican Manuscripts)

Translations of the Flatey Book and other manuscripts which contain pieces of other sagas, including one of the Vinland Sagas.

Icelandic Sagas Vol. 3

Includes the Orkneyinger Saga, otherwise known as the Jarla Saga, which also includes some of the history of the Scottish isles. Also included is a fragment from the lost Inga Saga.

Three Northern Love Stories and Other Tales:


The Saga of Gunnlaug Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of the sharp-witted Gunnlaug.

The Saga of Frithiof the Bold

Another translation of the saga of Frithiof the Bold.

The Saga of Viglund the Fair

The name says it all.

The Saga of Hogni and Hedinn

One of the few sagas where the gods and goddesses play a major role. Also known as Sorla Þáttr.

The Tale of Roi the Fool

An amusing Þáttr.

The Tale of Thorstein Staff-Smitten

Another Þáttr.

The Pre-Columbian Discovery  of America by the Northmen

Various primary texts dealing with the discovery of America in or around the year 1000 by the Northmen. Includes portions of Landnamabók and various portions of sagas.

Old Heithinn Tales From the North:

This is a collection of original translations that are copyrighted and come from the Fornaldar Sögur corpus, a group of sagas that have a more fantastic subject matter than what is generally seen in the Icelandic Sagas.

The Saga of Hromund Gripsson

A saga with many magical elements including the sword Mistleteinn.

The Saga of Ketil Trout

A saga chronicling Ketil's many contests with giants.

Of The Kings of the Uplands

A short þáttr concerning the Upland kings.

The Saga of Illugi, The Foster Son of Grid

The adventures of Illugi who eventually became the foster-son of a giantess.

The Saga of Hervor and King Heidrek the Wise

A new translation of this saga, by Peter Tunstall. One of the highlights of this intense saga includes a riddle contest.

The Tale of Toki Tokason

A new translation of this saga, by Peter Tunstall. A short tale that touches on the passing of the old ways and shows how the heroic (and Heathen) ancestors were still honored despite the conversion, by Christian and Heathen alike.

The Tale of Helgi Thorisson

A new translation of this saga, by Peter Tunstall. A short tale that deals with the conflict between the spirituality of the old ways and the newcomer religion of Christianity.

The Saga of Eirek the Traveler

A new translation of this saga, by Peter Tunstall. A heavily Christian influenced saga dealing with the adventures of Eirek.

The Saga of Hrolf Kraki and His Champions

The saga of the greatest of the Skjoldungs of Denmark.

The Saga of Grim Hairy-Cheek

Giants and enchantment in the far north. Middle episode in the Hrafnista trilogy: Grim is the son of Ketil Trout/Salmon and the father of Arrow-Odd.

The Saga of Yngvar the Traveller

Colourful adventures on the rivers of Russia. Loosely based on a real expedition. Some 30 men who died with Yngvar are named on Swedish runestones - but no mention there of the Dragon King!

The Tale of Ragnar's Sons

Crafty deeds of Ivar the Boneless - brutal & bizarre.

The Saga of Half and His Heroes

Norway's answer to Hrolf Kraki. Chaotic mix of folklore, prophesy & heroic verse, by turns doom-laden and gleefully defiant. Interesting minor characters include: a surly merman and a cheeky fox-spirit.

The Discovery of Norway

A short þáttr detailing the discovery of Norway.

The Story of Thorsteinn House-Might

A tale of the fantastic exploits of Thorsteinn House-Might, a man so large he could hardly fit through any door.

The Saga of Bosi and Herraud

The sometimes racy exploits of Bosi and Herraud, the son of King Hring.

Of Fjornjot and His Kinsmen

A þattr the legendary origins of the month names of Thorri and Goi; the giants Hler, Logi and Kari, and other material.

Sorli's Tale or The Saga of Hedin & Hogni

The tale of Hogni and Hedin who were doomed to fight a never-ending battle for more than a century.

The Story of Norna-Gest

After winning a bet, Norna-gest relates the story of Sigurd the Volsung to King Olaf. This saga deals with the transition period when the North was converting from Heithni to Christianity.

The Saga of Halfdan Eysteinsson

A saga that details the exploits of Halfdan Eysteinsson, who was descended from Othinn.

The Saga of King Sverri of Norway

A later more Christianized form of saga that chronicles the life and rule of Sverri Sigurdarson (1177-1202), son of King Sigurd Haraldsson.

The Norse Discovery of America (Includes the Saga of Erik the Red, the Saga of Thorfinn Karlsefni and other tales.)

A detailed look at the sources material and proofs of the Norse discover of America, a half a millennium before Columbus.
Old Icelandic, Old English, etc. Texts and Resources Misc. Primary Sources

Sagas and Tales in Old Icelandic

A large collection of sagas and tales in the original Old Icelandic.


The Saxon version of the Bible in which Christ appears as a warrior. In Old Saxon.

The Poetic Edda in Old Icelandic

The Lays of the Poetic Edda in Old Icelandic.

The Prose Edda in Old Icelandic

Snorri's Edda in Old Icelandic.

Complete Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Poetry

The Complete Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Poetry in Anglo-Saxon

Easy Readings In Old Icelandic

Graded Old Icelandic texts with accompanying glossaries.

Latin to Old Saxon Dictionary   

A Latin to Old Saxon Dictionary.


The Story of Gudrun in German.

Old English Made Easy  >>>

A good site for learning Old English.

High Icelandic Language Centre  >>>

The High Icelandic language movement (Háfrónska Málhreyfingin) advocates ultrapurism (málgjörhreinsun). The reason for this is not exaggerated national pride or contempt of other cultures but overcompensation as a protest against the sledgehammer-effect of internationalization on small languages. The ultrapurists (málgjörhreinsunarherjar) see the total eradication of foreign vocabulary (even those occuring in the oldest writs) as a symbolic prevalation on these culture-unfriendly tendencies.

The Anglo-Saxon Metrical Charms

A rare set of Heathen charms used by the Anglo-Saxon tribes. In English and Anglo-Saxon

The First and Second Merseburg Charms

Two Old High German Charms, one of which mentions Baldr. 


The in progress translation of the Heliand.

Ingimund's Invasion

An introduction and commentary on Ingimund's Invasion by Gavin Chappell.

Misc. Lore Translations

Miscellaneous translations of Old Norse texts by Ari Óðinssen.

Old-Lore Miscellany

Translations of various Old Norse Texts.

Song and Legend From the Middle Ages

Ballads and Romantic Tales from the Middle Ages.

De Correctione Rusticorum

Literally, "On the Correction of the Rustic," a 6th century document written by Saint Martin for the purpose of instructing the Suevian in proper Christian conduct and how to convert remaining Heathens. In Latin and English translation. 

Lokka Táttur

A Faroese ballad made popular by Geurber who based her story, "Skrimsli and the Peasant's Child" which appeared in her book, "Myths of the Norsemen." Also included are Kiyo's notes on the origins of the ballad. Lokka Táttur in the original Faroese, as well as many other ballads and folktales can be found at:

Sigurd the Dragon-Slayer

A faroese ballad cycle based on the Sigurd legend.

Against the Heathen

A 4th century text by St. Athanasius, the "Father of Orthodoxy" of the Catholic church whose philosophy was used to justify the killing of Heathens and was the backbone of the philosophy that spawned the crusades and inquisitions.


Miscellaneous accounts of conversions.


Three different sources about Theoderic, king of the Ostrogoths.

Omont Fragment

Graphics files of the Omont Fragment, a 9th century Anglo-Saxon medical text.

The King's Mirror   >>>

A 13th century text in Old Norwegian, in which a father instructs his son on the path to wise and virtuous behavior.

Secondary Sources
Folklore and Myth Folklore and Myth

Grimm's Teutonic Mythology

Grimm's Monumental examination of Teutonic and Norse Myth and Folklore.

Rydberg's Teutonic Mythology

Rydberg's examination of Norse Myth.

The Home of the Eddic Lays

Bugge's examination of the Eddic Lays.

The Elder Edda and Ancient Scandinavian Drama

Philpotts' examination of the Elder Edda. Transcription is still in progress.

Grimm's Household Tales

Over 200 of Grimm's Famous Fairy Tales in bilinear English and German.

Summer Legends
A collection of Folktales by the Thuringian Poet, Rudolph Baumbach.

Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen  >>>

Fairy Tales by the well known author.

The Grimm's Teutonic Mythology Translation Project

Find out how to join the translation project.

Tjatsi >>>

A web site with many primary and secondary sources including English translations of folklore and ballads from the Faeroes. This site is maintained by the Faeroese Post Office, a beautiful stamp sheet is being issued this year with illustrations from Völuspá. Highly recommended site.

Contributions To the Study of Othin Especially in His Relation to Agricultural Practices in Modern Popular Lore

A fascinating book by the eminent scholar, Jan De Vries, detailing Othinn's connection to folklore traditions concerning the corn-spirits.

Loke In Younger Tradition

An interesting article by the great Norse scholar, Axel Olrik, about alfr-like creatures called Lokke and traditions concerning them throughout Scandinavia.

Popular Tales From the Norse

A collection of Norse folk tales translated by Sir George Webbe Dasent. This edition includes the extensive introduction by Dasent which is absent in many editions of this book.

Early Life of the Pennsylvania Germans

An short history of the Pennsylvania Germans, including derivations of family names.

Folklore of the Pennsylvania Germans

Folklore of the Pennsylvania Germans from the Journal of American Folk-Lore.


Written by a Pennsylvania Dutch healer in the 1820s, this book is a rambling collection of rural home remedies and folk invocations. Pow-wow is a unique creole of Christian theology and a shamanistic belief system. It is still practiced in some rural areas of Pennsylvania. In spite of the name, it is not of Native American derivation. It is believed to have been brought over to America by German immigrants who practiced folk-magic.

The Realness of Witchcraft In America

A book on the Hex and Pow-wow folk-tradition of the Pennsylvania Germans.

Heiðingi   >>>

A collection of articles dealing with the Heithinn tradition that has survived in folklore. Of special interest is an article on the ancestral tradition of Heithni. Also included are articles and information on runes.
Retellings and Poetry

Heroes of the Olden Time: The Story of Siegfried

A retelling of the story of Siegfried.

The Wayland-Dietrich Saga

A retelling of the Wayland-Dietrich sagas.


A legendary history that illustrates the true culture of the Norse.

The Norse King's Bridal

Translations of Ballads from the Old Norse and Danish.

Baldr Dead

A late romantic retelling of the story of Baldr.

Selected Poems Of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Selected Poems of a Heithinn flavor from Longfellow.


The Legendary History of the Anglo-Saxon People, from the Coming of the Sheaf-Child to the Settlement of England; a reconstruction by Gavin Chappell.
General Scholarly Texts

Saga Book of the Viking Society Vols. 7 and 8

Various articles from the Viking Society.

The Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History  >>>

The Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History is a private research institute under the auspices of the Foundation for Åbo Akademi University. The aim of the Institute is to promote research in religious and cultural history. The Institute covers a wide range of religions, Heithni being one among them. The web site is currently under construction.

Dr. Samuel Sinner's Web Site   >>>

A collection of essays, translations, original poetry and more, on Norse Mythology and Religion.
Religion, Culture
and History
Law and Ethics

The Cult of Othin

Chadwick's examination of the worship of Othinn.

The Religion of the Northmen

A general survey of the pre-Christian Heathen religion.

The Religion Of Ancient Scandinavia

Another general survey of the pre-Christian Heathen religion.

Gesta Hammaburgensis Ecclesiae Pontificum

A short piece translated from the Latin of Adam of Bremen outlining some of the religious Practices of the Heathen Swedes.

Paganism and Pagan Survivals in Spain up to the Fall of the Visigothic Kingdom >>>

A survey of surviving Pagan practices up to the end of the Visigothic Kingdom.

A History of the Vikings

T. D Kendrick's History of the Vikings. This is the full text with 28 illustrations and 28 maps.

Origin and migration of the Frisians >>>
A concise overview of the history of the Frisians. The site also includes a good overview of Frisian Heathenism.

The Culture of the Teutons

Grönbech's treatment of the Northern pre-Christian world-view and ethic. Highly recommended for those who wish to lived the Heithinn way or those interested in learning what the real culture of the North was like before the coming of Christianity.

On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic In History

A series of six lectures on the Heroic tradition in various cultures and time periods, by Thomas Carlyle.

The Early Kings of Norway

A brief look at the kings of Norway from Harald Harfagr to Hakon the Old, by Thomas Carlyle.

Honor in German Literature

When reading about Heithinn culture and tradition a lot of talk about honor will be encountered. Just what does the concept of honor really mean within Heithinn culture? Find out when you read George Fenwick Jones' Honor in German Literature.

Commentary to the  Germanic Laws and Mediaeval Documents

A commentary on various aspects of Germanic law.

Sigfred-Arminius and Other Papers

Essays on Germanic Law and other subjects.

The Laws of the Westgoths

A short document detailing laws of the Swedes translated from the Old Swedish. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.

The Frisian Law Code  >>>

The Law Code of the Frisians. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.

The Visigothic Code  >>>

The Law codes of the Visigoths. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.

The Avalon Project  >>>

An excellent collection of pre-18th century law documents.

The Anglo-Saxon Dooms

Anglo-Saxon law from the 6th century to the 10th century. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.

Law Texts on the Internet Medieval Sourcebook   >>>

A large collection of law documents from a large area and time period.

The Law of the Salian Franks

The law codes of the Salian Franks from around the 7th century. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.

Misc. Law Texts

A group of texts dealing with laws on various subjects. A primary source but grouped here for convenience.
Indo-European and General Medieval Studies Finnish Tradition

Bibliografía Ibérica

The original text of Bibliografía Ibérica in Spanish.

Iberic Bibliography

The English translation of Bibliografía Ibérica.


An examination of snake cults from around the world.

A Short History of the Inquisition

A history of one of the most infamous institutions to ever come out of the Catholic Church.

The Magical Ritual of the Sanctum Regnum

A translation of a late medieval magical document.

The Swastika

A world wide history of the Swastika by Thomas Wilson, former curator, Department of Prehistoric Anthropology, U.S. National Museum.

A History of the Inquisition of Spain  >>>

A three volume work on this dark period of European history.

The Kalevala

The Great Finnish Epic.

The Ancient Religion of the Finns  >>>

An article on the Finnish Heathen tradition by the well respected scholar Professor Juha Pentikäinen.

Light To Darkness Myths  >>>

A collection of lore from the Tjatsi site. Included are two Finnish tales; "Sampo" and "The Singing Match."
Early Germanic Studies The Runes

The Roman and the Teuton

A series of lectures by Charles Kingsley

The Guthones

An examination of the Gothic nation by Alexander M. Rackus

The Invasion of Europe By the Barbarians

Bury's well regarded history covering roughly the two centuries of transition from Roman to Mediaeval Europe, A.D. 375-575.

Eric Anctil's Site>>>

Eric's site contains some very interesting articles from his university studies at McGill University where his specialty is on the philological study of the Hyperboreans, Thule, and Scandinavia during antiquity from the ancient Mediterranean perspective. To that end, Eric instigated an online source book project entitled Roman Scandinavia: primary sources.

Runes around the North Sea and on the Continent AD 150-700 >>>

An online book on the Runes.

The Rune Poems

The Anglo-Saxon, Old Icelandic, Old Norse and Abecedarium Nordmannicum Rune poems. A primary source grouped here for convenience.

Nordic Magic Healing   >>>

This site presents a score of documents related to the runes, the runic inscriptions, the runic charms and magic, and many facts of Nordic mythology. It is maintained by a frequent contributor to our site, Yves Kodratoff. Also check out his new book on the runes and healing.

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