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The British Edda - The Great Epic Poem of the Ancient Britons on the Exploits of King Thor, Arthur or Adam and His Knights in Establishing Civilization Reforming Eden & Capturing the Holy Grail about 3380-3350 B.C. L A Waddell

The British Edda - The Great Epic Poem of the Ancient Britons on the Exploits of King Thor, Arthur or Adam and His Knights in Establishing Civilization Reforming Eden & Capturing the Holy Grail about 3380-3350 B.C.

L A Waddell

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ISBN : 9781473393233
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451 pages
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This book is a Sumerian, Egyptian and English mythology and linguistics epic narrating the fantastical adventures of Wodan, Loki and El, who comprise the Eden Triad of the Garden of Eden. An adventurous tale rich with mythological wonder andMoreThis book is a Sumerian, Egyptian and English mythology and linguistics epic narrating the fantastical adventures of Wodan, Loki and El, who comprise the Eden Triad of the Garden of Eden. An adventurous tale rich with mythological wonder and legendary story telling, this text combines heroic narrative with speculative insights into ancient history and the origins of civilisation, promising to entertain and provoke the mind of the discerning reader Laurence Waddell was an explorer, Professor of Chemistry and Pathology, British army surgeon, collector, philologist, archaeologist, Doctor of Laws, and author. First published in 1930, The British Edda is now published with a biography of the author and is a must-have for any collector of Waddells work.