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Say What I Am: A Book of Old English Riddles By Ben Waggoner
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Say What I Am collects forty-nine of the best of the Old English riddles found in the Exeter Book, the largest surviving collection of Old English poetry, plus two more found in other manuscripts.... More > Carefully translated by Ben Waggoner, these riddles provide a unique look into the Anglo-Saxon worldview. Through their poetry, common tools and household objects—a key, a plough, an oven, a butter churn—are shown to possess hidden beauty, humor, and wonder. Birds, bees, plants, beasts, men and women, and even stars are described in rich metaphor, often getting a chance to speak for themselves. These riddles make a witty and charming introduction to the culture and daily life of Anglo-Saxon England.< Less
Say What I Am: A Book of Old English Riddles By Ben Waggoner
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Say What I Am collects forty-nine of the best of the Old English riddles found in the Exeter Book, the largest surviving collection of Old English poetry, plus two more found in other manuscripts.... More > Carefully translated by Ben Waggoner, these riddles provide a unique look into the Anglo-Saxon worldview. Through their poetry, common tools and household objects—a key, a plough, an oven, a butter churn—are shown to possess hidden beauty, humor, and wonder. Birds, bees, plants, beasts, men and women, and even stars are described in rich metaphor, often getting a chance to speak for themselves. These riddles make a witty and charming introduction to the culture and daily life of Anglo-Saxon England.< Less
Say What I Am: A Book of Old English Riddles By Ben Waggoner
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Say What I Am collects forty-nine of the best of the Old English riddles found in the Exeter Book, the largest surviving collection of Old English poetry, plus two more found in other manuscripts.... More > Carefully translated by Ben Waggoner, these riddles provide a unique look into the Anglo-Saxon worldview. Through their poetry, common tools and household objects—a key, a plough, an oven, a butter churn—are shown to possess hidden beauty, humor, and wonder. Birds, bees, plants, beasts, men and women, and even stars are described in rich metaphor, often getting a chance to speak for themselves. These riddles make a witty and charming introduction to the culture and daily life of Anglo-Saxon England.< Less
Idunna #102 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #102 (Winter 2014) focused on "Children" as its theme. Ben Waggoner described what we know about Viking-era children's games and toys. From a more modern perspective, we have... More > Chrystiannia's instructions for making yarn dolls, Su Eaves on how to raise Heathen kids, and Jay Stratton on a childhood teacher's influence on his Heathen practice. We have stories for and about children from Ben Waggoner, Steve Abell, and Laurel Mendes, and poetry from Vicky Rowden, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. Plus we have Jennifer Lawrence's herbalism column, Laurel Mendes's recipes for the perfect Yuletide ham, book reviews, news and views, and more!< Less
Idunna #112 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #112 (Summer 2017) is a tribute to Alex Jerome, also known as Gamlinginn, and the heathen temple (hof) that he had built, "Thorshof". We reprinted one of his best-known essays,... More > "Race and Religion"; Susan Jerome presents his life story, and Diana Paxson describes Thorshof in words and pictures. There's also a report on Trothmoot 2017, a short story, "Gallows Tested", by John Mainer, and another story, "Paint", by Steve Abell. Plus there's all the usual columns, book reviews, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #106 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #106 (Winter 2015) is centered around the rune Gebo, whose name means "Gift"—and around the concepts of gifts, giving, and exchange so basic to Germanic cultures. Alvilldr in... More > Fagra reviews gifting practices in Germanic culture; John T. Mainer contributes an essay on giving in his own life; and Ben Waggoner translates two Old Norse stories with gifts at their centers. We report on the Troth's participation at the Parliament of World Religions, and befitting the winter season, Jay Stratton writes about Yule customs in Sweden. There's plenty of poetry from Vicky Bowden, Jennifer Lawrence, Laurel Mendes, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. And as always, there are book and TV reviews, recipes, news, all our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #106 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #106 (Winter 2015) is centered around the rune Gebo, whose name means "Gift"—and around the concepts of gifts, giving, and exchange so basic to Germanic cultures. Alvilldr in... More > Fagra reviews gifting practices in Germanic culture; John T. Mainer contributes an essay on giving in his own life; and Ben Waggoner translates two Old Norse stories with gifts at their centers. We report on the Troth's participation at the Parliament of World Religions, and befitting the winter season, Jay Stratton writes about Yule customs in Sweden. There's plenty of poetry from Vicky Bowden, Jennifer Lawrence, Laurel Mendes, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. And as always, there are book and TV reviews, recipes, news, all our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #108 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #108 (Summer 2016) focused on the Baltic Sea. Prudence Priest leads off this issue with a long discussion of ancient and modern Lithuanian religion and culture, along with her experiences as... More > an amber trader. Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of "Wulfstan's Voyage", an Old English description of a trader's voyage from Denmark to present-day Lithuania and the town of Truso. Kim Pierri describes the historc sites of Roskilde, Denmark; Jay Stratton translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "Straght Lines"; and Diana Paxson gives us the lowdown on Trothmoot 2016. And there's a short story from John T. Mainer, recipes from Aunt Hilda, book and movie reviews, columns, news and announcements from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #108 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #108 (Summer 2016) focused on the Baltic Sea. Prudence Priest leads off this issue with a long discussion of ancient and modern Lithuanian religion and culture, along with her experiences as... More > an amber trader. Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of "Wulfstan's Voyage", an Old English description of a trader's voyage from Denmark to present-day Lithuania and the town of Truso. Kim Pierri describes the historc sites of Roskilde, Denmark; Jay Stratton translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "Straght Lines"; and Diana Paxson gives us the lowdown on Trothmoot 2016. And there's a short story from John T. Mainer, recipes from Aunt Hilda, book and movie reviews, columns, news and announcements from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #115 By The Troth
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The Spring 2018 issue of IDUNNA (#115) focused on "Luck". Winifred Hodge Rose contributes "Webs of Luck and Wyrd", about concepts of luck as a part of the human soul and a shaper... More > of its wyrd (destiny). Ben Waggoner contributes part 2 of his translation of "The Saga of the Faroe Islanders" (Færeyinga saga), and also discusses old Germanic gambling, dice games, and board games (including some suggestions for how to play them yourself). Fjölnirsvin discusses the metaphysics of sumbel and oaths as reconstructed by modern scholar Paul Bauschatz. Diana Paxson has something for younger readers with her retelling of a German folktale. Plus there's all the usual columns, news and events from around the Heathen community, recipes, book reviews, and more!< Less

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