A Dictionary of Non-classical Mythology

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Marian Edwardes, Lewis Spence
Kessinger Publishing, 2003 - Social Science - 228 pages
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Several mythologies are concentrated upon within this volume, which embraces the great imaginations and divine beliefs of the races of the East, North and extreme West. The compilers have striven to keep the wider interests of comparative mythology in view while preparing this work. This is a great reference work for any admirer of mythology and includes a complete list of chief authorities used within.

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Lewis Spence was a Scottish historian (1874-1955) who is best known for his volumes on world mythology and his five Atlantis books. The History of Atlantis (1926) is considered his finest.

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