Anglo-Saxon Twilight: Amulets and chants. Amulets and chants At first glance amulets and chants might seem to require two different articles. But that would be to see such matters from the perspective of modern scholarship and not from that of the Anglo-Saxons. Amulets were worn for protection – but much of their protective power came from the words which were said to 'empower' them.
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Old Norse Women's Names - excellent list! (I'm especially fond of Ærinndís, Ádísa, Edda, Gyða, Kitta [short for Kristín, a Christian name], Lína [a Christian name], and Mæva [and Yseult, which is mentioned under "Ísǫnd" as a Celtic name, I believe?])
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