Passed down orally in pre-Christian Norse times, transmitted in writing in medieval Iceland, and here wielded by the hand of Jackson Crawford, the tales told in this volume retain their sharp edges and flashes of glory that never fail to slay.
Witches and Pagans looks at women's sacraments in early medieval Europe, a subject that has been buried deep for centuries.
With its inclusion of the latest groundbreaking research in the field, The Viking Spirit is the ultimate introduction to the timeless splendor of Norse mythology and religion for the 21st Century.
The Celts and Germans and Scandinavians had much in common in their religious practices and beliefs, and this is the first serious attempt that has been made to compare them. Even though this work has been expanded upon with new thoughts and theories since its publication in 1988, it remains a classic addition to the library of any historical enthusiast.