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Germanic Gods and Myths Art Coloring Book

By Carrie Overton
  • Book ID : 1937571017
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 54
  • Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Images from the Danish artist Lorenz Frolich of our Germanic Gods and myths, ready for your little pagan to color. What are the Germanic Gods? Often you will hear of the Norse or Nordic Gods and Goddesses, but these Gods were not limited to the Scandinavian countries. They are the Gods of the majority of Western Europe. Indulge in the beautiful artwork within these pages. Learn the stories behind each picture. instill in your children a love for the Gods of Europe. *Updated Version* Now includes a comprehensive appendix and restored images.

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