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Idunna #107 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #107 (Spring 2016) took a look at Nerthus, the goddess of earth and water honored by several Roman-era Germanic tribes. Ann Gróa Sheffield reviews what we know about this goddess in... More > "Unearthing Nerthus", while Ben Waggoner contributes a short story, "Non Sibi Sed Suis" Karen Carlson looks at the differences between two great works of literature that tell the same story in different ways: the Völsunga saga and the Nibelungenlied. Jay Stratton reports from the 2015 International Ásatrú Summer Camp and discusses spring holidays in Sweden, and also translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "A Spiritual Path". Jordain Kinnander shares how to celebrate our holy days when traveling. And there's all the usual columns, poetry from Diana Paxson, news and announcements from the heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #108 By The Troth
eBook (PDF): $3.00
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 #107 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #107 (Spring 2016) took a look at Nerthus, the goddess of earth and water honored by several Roman-era Germanic tribes. Ann Gróa Sheffield reviews what we know about this goddess in... More > "Unearthing Nerthus", while Ben Waggoner contributes a short story, "Non Sibi Sed Suis" Karen Carlson looks at the differences between two great works of literature that tell the same story in different ways: the Völsunga saga and the Nibelungenlied. Jay Stratton reports from the 2015 International Ásatrú Summer Camp and discusses spring holidays in Sweden, and also translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "A Spiritual Path". Jordain Kinnander shares how to celebrate our holy days when traveling. And there's all the usual columns, poetry from Diana Paxson, news and announcements from the heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #108 By The Troth
Paperback: $6.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
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