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Postby bolgios » 13 Dec 2013, 18:15

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Re: Catubodua

Postby DaRC » 26 Dec 2013, 12:18

Another great article and shows the similarity in world view of the Norse/Germanic with the Celtic around the cthonic attributes for the bird of prey / bird of death. Ravens and crows are scavengers rather than birds of prey.

As ever, thanks Bolgios.
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