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In a nutshell Hera is the Queen now. Artemis is the Queen of the Jungle. After how harshly hera treated her, she's a shoe-in for the prophesized one.... That's why she's the Queen of the hunt. She just needs a counterpart to Hera's Zeus to crown her queen. And this is also why Apollo decided to go Bisexual one time with Hyacinthus. Hyacinthus was not for ...


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Reconstruction of Proto-Polynesian mythology It seems that attempts at reconstructing an overall Polynesian mythology are not as abundant and convincing as in the case of Proto-Indo-European. However, there are many articles which use the comparative approach to study specific mythological themes and motifs. For example, in The First-Order Anthropomorphic ...


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Unfortunately, our knowledge of Continental Germanic mythology is extremely limited, due to the fragmentary nature of the available sources. We know that Continental Germanic mythology and Norse mythology both originated from the body of myths of the speakers of the Proto-Germanic language (the wikipedia page on Proto-Germanic folklore provides a very nice ...


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The closest thing to what you are asking that comes to mind is Old Norse Religion in Long-Term Perspectives: Origins, Changes & Interactions (I'm including the Google Books link because there you can find the ebook for a rather cheap price). It's a collection of papers by some of the leading scholars in the field of pre-Christian Norse religion. The ...


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