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Issue 9

March 1998


  • Howard Williams
    • Ancestral and supernatural places in early Anglo-Saxon England

  • Chet Van Duzer
    • The mythology of the northern polar regions

  • Alby Stone
    • Myth before Babel

  • Greg Fewer
    • The Guramooguck - Near-forgotten survival of the God of the Otherworld in East Waterford

  • Richard Thorn
    • Hearing is believing

  • Bob Dickinson
    • Sounding the landscape

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