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Etruscan Roman Remains and the Old Religion: Gods, Goblins, Divination and Amulets: Charles Godfrey Leland

Etruscan Roman Remains and the Old Religion: Gods, Goblins, Divination and Amulets: Charles Godfrey Leland

Few gypsies today meet the romantic ideal of the traveller. No longer do they live and travel in colourful, horse-drawn caravans, or cook over...

Few gypsies today meet the romantic ideal of the traveller. No longer do they live and travel in colourful, horse-drawn caravans, or cook over...

Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling: Chapter I: The Origin of Witchcraft, Shamanism and Sorcery

Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling: Chapter I: The Origin of Witchcraft, Shamanism and Sorcery

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Charles Leland (1824 - 1903) Folkorist whose Aradia (1899) propagates the theme of a peasant goddess religion persecuted by the Catholic Church.  Coins the term "Old Religion."

Charles Leland (1824 - 1903) Folkorist whose Aradia (1899) propagates the theme of a peasant goddess religion persecuted by the Catholic Church. Coins the term "Old Religion."

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